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Elderly Couple Book 51 Cruises To Avoid Retirement Home Costs


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Meet Marty and Jess Ansen, the adventurous Australian retirees who have transformed their lives into a perpetual vacation! These fun-loving grandparents have taken their love for cruising to the next level by embarking on an incredible journey of 51 back-to-back cruise trips with Princess Cruises. And guess what? They have no plans of disembarking anytime soon! For the past 500 days, Marty and Jess have been living their best lives at sea, enjoying the luxuries of a Princess Cruise while exploring the world. But what led them to this unconventional decision? Well, it turns out that living on a cruise ship is actually more cost-effective for them than traditional retirement or nursing home options. Imagine waking up to freshly prepared meals and having your room cleaned daily, all while being surrounded by the breathtaking views and entertainment on a luxurious cruise ship! It's the epitome of a carefree lifestyle, according to Jess. She especially loves indulging in hula and ballroom dancing, making new friends, and creating unforgettable memories along the way. In an interview with People magazine, Marty and Jess candidly shared their reasons for choosing this unique way of life. They highlighted the freedom from rent or mortgage payments, grocery shopping, and doing laundry as major perks of being cruise ship residents. As they put it, "Cruising is much cheaper than going to a nursing home and means we can continue to travel the world." Their dedication to cruising is so remarkable that they often sail more than the cruise ship's own employees. The couple jokingly welcomes new captains onboard, adding a touch of humor and delight to their extraordinary journey. Now, Marty and Jess's love for cruising didn't start overnight. Even before the COVID-19 pandemic hit, they had completed 31 voyages and spent a staggering 1,200 days on the water. However, the pandemic lockdown forced them to temporarily pause their cruise adventures. Determined to make up for lost time, they instructed their agent to book any available cruises, ultimately leading to their incredible 795-day voyage. But it's not just the Ansens who have chosen this unconventional lifestyle. Over the years, more and more people have opted to live onboard cruise ships for extended periods or even retire entirely at sea. It seems that the allure of this cost-effective and exciting lifestyle is hard to resist. In fact, some cruise lines have capitalized on this trend by offering multi-year voyages, like Miray Cruises' three-year journey through 135 countries and 375 ports. These unique experiences range from budget-friendly options to more lavish packages. And compared to the soaring costs of rent and senior housing, living on a cruise ship may just be the perfect solution. So, if you're dreaming of a life filled with endless adventures, breathtaking views, and new friendships, perhaps living on a cruise ship could be your ticket to a fulfilling retirement. After all, Marty and Jess Ansen prove that the vacation never has to end when you embrace the cruising lifestyle!

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