Going on a cruise ship or liner is an ideal vacation but there are some secrets they don’t want you to know, but you should be aware of. We’ve done some digging, and found out some top secrets that cruise liners don’t want you to know.
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Be Amazed at these 10 SECRETS CRUISE LINERS DON’T WANT YOU TO KNOW! DEATHS – A voyage is supposed to be relaxing and enjoyable. It gives you a fresh perspective and a chance to escape your daily troubles. CREWS ARE OFTEN EXPLOITED – Cruise ship crews often go above and beyond to ensure that you’re comfortable and enjoy your voyage. Despite being your fairy godmothers on board, they aren’t treated very well themselves. Environmental and Health Hazards – The cruise industry is the fastest growing sector of the travel industry and this growing demand has led to bigger and better ships. Yes, this is healthy for economic growth and creation of jobs, but this creates a great amount of problems for the environment and your health. HEALTHCARE – Sometimes we fall ill at most inopportune moment. Even if your insured, medical services on cruise ships can cost a lot, and doctors are only equipped to handle smaller issues. They DON’T PLAY BY THE RULES – Cruise ship casinos aren’t subject to the same regulations as mainland casinos given that they sail in international and different territorial waters.
CRIME – Being on a cruise ship does not mean that you’re entirely safe from crimes that occur on the mainland. You’re basically on a travelling island with just as many people as a town would have which means crimes are inevitable. PIRATES – When we hear the word pirate, our mind automatically drifts off to captain jack sparrow and black beard. But today’s pirates are nothing like those rum-drinking scallywags. PORT CALLS ARE NOT GUARANTEED – A port of call is included in a cruises itinerary from which the ship stops so that passengers can visit the destination. PEOPLE FALL OVERBOARD – Between 2000 and 2016, around 270 people fell overboard while cruising with an average of 20 people falling off ships in recent years. CANCELLATION POLICIES – Cruises are booked in advance and at the time of booking, you may be sure you made all necessary preparations.