I had a challenge titling this discussion topic so I hope this makes sense.  

As mentioned in a separate post, the level of fellow passengers'  rude behavior seems to be on the rise.  I was wondering if anyone considered this issue may well be what turns some people off to cruising altogether?  Honestly, if we were virgin cruisers and witnessed some of what we did on our last voyage, I might not be inclined to try another sailing, especially on that particular cruise line.  

Do you think the cruise lines need to be more active/hands on in terms of setting the proper tone for behavior on each voyage?  On Celebrity, the captain included appropriate behavior in his welcome aboard message.  Nothing was said on the RC trip we recently took.  Should there be a rating for fellow passenger behavior as a part of ship evaluations and reviews? What do you think?