Contributor Level: Captain

See Something .. Say Something ????

If you see someone doing something outrageously dangerous or illegal, do you report it?

I am so tired of people trying to have their "Titanic" moment and lean halfway overboard while their friends take photos. Saw a group of young women stack deck chairs by the rail and climb up on them ... I immediately reported it lest everyone's vacation was ruined when somebody went overboard.


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Contributor Level: Captain

Yes, we report it.

We once saw a very drunk young woman hop over the counter of the pizzeria to get her own slice... this was when there were actual pizza ovens fired up on deck. Security got her taken care of.


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Yes, I will report that kind of nonsense.

Contributor Level: Captain

I would report it. However, if the individuals want to enhance humanities gene pool by removing themselves from the I won't stop them.

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Yeah, we’d report it, but you are absolutely right.  It used to be called natural selection… Surprised

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Been there done that will not do it again.


A friend was on the same cruise as I was and she dealt with unruley neighbors and reported it to security and for the next 5 or 6 hours, she delat with their threats until I requested her being moved to different cabin.  For her, they moved her to a vacant suite a few cabins from me.




Contributor Level: Staff Captain

Anonymously yes.

Contributor Level: Captain

If I see something dangerous, I'll let a crewmember know. If it only makes me uncomfortable, I'll go somewhere else.

Contributor Level: Staff Captain

There is an award for this kind of behaviour. It is called the Darwin Awards and is awarded annually to those that choose to remove themselves from the gene pool through some very creative and not so well thought out actions.

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I second that !


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You will also see the people filming the train wreck and posting it on social media. 



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