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I grew up on my dad’s fishing boat. He’d fish and I’d read a book. The biggest boat I’ve ever been on is a Disney cruise ship.
What is the biggest boat you’ve ever been on?
It was an ocean liner … I don’t remember the company, but they are defunct now. I had won a cruise from San Francisco to Los Angeles when I was in high school and my mother, sister and I all went together. It was 1957,
That’s a hard question; I hardly remember ever riding on a boat anywhere. My high school friend A’s family had a little cabin cruiser — not a big boat. All those trips I hoped to take some day…
Got it! When I was about ten, my uncle took us on a Circle Line tour, a boat trip around Manhattan Island. The Circle Line is still running, but I still don’t know how big the boats are.
We have been on two different Royal Caribbean ships, over 20 years ago. They were so huge that we decided we would rather not cruise on a large ship ever again. The only other cruise we took was on American Hawaii Cruises (in 1985), which held about 700 passengers in addition to crew. That is more in line with our comfort level. Smaller than that might be even better (like river cruising) but seems the smaller the ship, the higher the price tag. I think our cruising days are finished.
Biggest one was 250passengers last spring. Would never choose to go on one bigger than that. The one we’re on right now is 66 passengers.
A Navy aircraft carrier.
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