You’ll NEVER Go on a Cruise Ship After Reading These 5 Facts!

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You’re probably thinking that it’s been over 100 years since that devastating disaster, but the truth is that tragedies can happen anytime and anywhere, including in today’s world.

Of course, if we compare the cruise ships that were available a century ago to the ones that we see nowadays, we can say that the new ones are stronger, bigger, and connected to advanced technology. But as good as this information sounds, not all cruise ships are secure for passengers.

Does it sound disturbing? Then you have to click on the next page, because we’re going to talk about all these shocking things you didn’t know about cruise ships.

So are they safe? Tell us in the comments section below when you’re done reading this article!

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5 thoughts on “You’ll NEVER Go on a Cruise Ship After Reading These 5 Facts!”

  1. In 2023, 25.1 billion people are expected to cruise, so if you look at only 60 injuries, 90 crimes (including 60 assaults), and either 3 deaths a month (or even 3 per week ~ [but I don’t trust that source]) a cruise seems like a very safe vacation.

    After seeing a show and having drinks, you don’t have to worry about drunk drivers or getting a dui yourself. You don’t have to cook for a week, so no kitchen mishaps. If there are activities such as a rock wall, there is an employee there to assist you with safety gear and proper suggestions.

    I have a cruise scheduled the end of April. After over 20 cruises, I am ready to enjoy the cruise ship life ~ I don’t even care where we go, I spend most of my time enjoying my balcony room, the piano bar, the shows, and of course the food.

  2. Theron Wilson TACKER

    I went on a cruise to Alaska on Royal Carribean Lines and it was fantastic and I would recommend it to anyone.

  3. of course they have a morgue. better than someone dying and just leaving in a room or throwing overboard.. people die everyday. and crimes can happen anywhere as well as you can get hurt anywhere. I got hurt in a cruise ship the first day m, but I just slipped in some water because my flip flops were super slippery and hurt my arm had it in a sling. and also you can get bedbugs anywhere you go as well. so no this doesn’t scare me. cruises are a blast.

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