This is my bucket list so far (some of my paragraphs got out of order, but I think that will only annoy me)
**a 7-day to Bermuda. This will be my first one. I want to see the museums, eat the food, and interact with the locals. And, of course, visit one of the pink sand beaches. I'm not a fan of spending an entire day at a beach, so I'd just spend an hour or so just to stroll and take a break from people. Oh, and a Dolphin Encounter is number 1 on my list of experiences!
**other itineraries: Alaska, and there's several different ones in Europe aside from the aforementioned Mediterranean ones.
**might do some Caribbean ones. I despise the heat, so if the destination is hot year-round, there will need to be some reason for me to want to be there other than the beach.
**Canada and new England itinerary. Especially if I book it during autumn's glory. Enough said.
**Mediterranean. My reasons for most of these will have to do with nature sights, historical/cultural sights, interacting with people, eating locally-famous food, and a general desire to see and experience cool things.
**back to back. If I have reason to believe I'd enjoy being on the ship that long. This would be great for itineraries with one port after another with few or no sea days. I could strategically skip a few ports here and there to rest, and on the second leg with the same (mirrored) itinerary, I can explore those ports I'd skipped on the first leg, and skip the ones I've seen.
**transatlantic. Ditto on being able to handle being on a ship that long. Plus, sea days. If I can't handle being on a ship for 14+ days, it won't be due to having several sea days in a row. I know from previous land-based vacations that I have to schedule a day or two of "downtime" if a trip is going to last more than a few days. Multiple sea days simply adds some built-in downtime.