Cruise Ship Photos has posted an interesting collection of photos (titled "Love Boat Rejects") taken by official photographers aboard American, Norwegian, and Italian cruiseships during the 1990s. Check out the full gallery here.

     Posted By: Alex - Wed Aug 12, 2015
     Category: Photography and Photographers | 1990s

A large ship cruise is something I've not tried.

There's a website, not very active, for rejected tourist pictures at Splash Mountain at Disneyland called "Flash Mountain." Definitely NSFW. You can imagine the reasons for rejection.
Posted by KDP on 08/12/15 at 12:22 PM
Went on one cruise. Photogs followed you everywhere taking damn pictures. They tried to sell them at outrageous prices. After 2 days partner and I agreed we were bored of the whole plastic and steel production. 5 day cruise. Getting caught at home in the eye of Hurricane Andrew was so much more exciting. At least that was sort of free.
Posted by Gator Guy on 08/12/15 at 08:52 PM
Cruising isn't what it used to be. We took a very nice cruise aboard the SS Norway (formerly the SS France) a long time ago (before kids). They waited on you hand and foot. Now you stand in lines and get things for yourself. It's more profit driven. It used to be a 5 star restaurant experience. Now it's like going to McD's with a chance of getting a nice stomach disease if the ship doesn't break down.

It was a very nice ship before it burned up. Things were made of marble and real wood instead of plastics.
Posted by BrokeDad in Midwest US on 08/12/15 at 10:31 PM
We looked into it a few years ago when we were visiting Mom in Flo-Ridda. We were told that $10 a day per person was the de rigueur tip. On a 5 day cruse that came to $100 AFTER the $1,000 per head entrance fee! We went to Epcot instead.
Posted by Expat47 in Athens, Greece on 08/13/15 at 12:49 AM
Some of those pictures remind me of the candid shots from wedding receptions, :lol: .
Nice to see Groucho was still going on cruises in the '90s! (last pic above) :lol:
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 08/15/15 at 11:42 PM
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