While not a vacation, I have come close multiple
times to booking a cruise and
working for the week while out at sea. I'm within an hour from a cruise port, and work remotely anyway, however I've never pulled the trigger because I wasn't quite sure how to sell the family the idea without it sounding like a personal vacation, from them.
Wifi stability and speeds have been exceptional on my past cruises.
We should really consider doing a YAPC, I mean, YAPSea one year afloat a cruise. (perhaps during the off-season to make it more affordable) Hotels wouldn't be needed, food is provided... I think it could work. Who wants to join me on the YapSea Committee?🤣
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