Cruise ships stranded on dry land

//Cruise ships stranded on dry land

sun-cruise-hotel.jpgThe oceans and the waterways are not the only place you’ll see cruise ships and riverboats these days – as these bizarre pictures show.
Perched on a clifftop in South Korea stands the Sun Cruise Resort which compensates for its situation by playing recorded sounds of crashing waves and bird calls. Which is particularly odd, as the sea is only a few metres away.
The resort has 211 guest rooms, two restaurants, a revolving sky lounge, swimming pool, golf range and gym. Everything a real cruise ship boasts . . . except the risk of seasickness.
One guest, severely lacking in taste, it has to be said, commented: “It looks like a ship which was stranded on the cliff top by a tsunami.” Talking of good taste, if you want to watch the video below, I recommend muting the sound unless you are prepared for earache.
Highland Laddie_x.jpgI’m not sure what could have been responsible for transporting a Thames riverboat to a Scottish golf course, but here it is.
The Highland Laddie has been dug in between the 9th and 10th holes on the Carrick Golf Course at Cameron House hotel, Loch Lomond.
It will be christened tomorrow (Saturday) – with a bottle of single malt Scotch whisky – by Kyle Walker, a member of the Ladies European Tour

By | 2017-08-30T12:39:22+00:00 12 July 2013|Cruise Entertainment|1 Comment

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John Honeywell is a travel writer specialising in cruise ships and cruise travel. Winner of CLIA UK's Contribution to Cruise award 2017.

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  1. Bas 9 September 2013 at 11:53 pm - Reply

    Haha these are awesome! My favorite is the cruise ship

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