What does this sign mean?

I was recently touring Carnival Splendor and could not for the life of me figure what this sign means. It's all over the hallways. Any idea? 

 

 

 

 

 

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? Surprised

It might be a muster station sign

This is a logo owned by International Maritime Organization for Women and children first (saying).  In regards to the Muster stations.

That makes sense! Wow, think you just solved this mystery. Thanks @holleyb3! Happy

 

Btw, interesting article in Wikipedia about how this originated - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Women_and_children_first

Looks like a family meeting location in the event someone in your party gets separated from the group. It doesn't imply "women and children" first to me, as there is a man in the photo. I think it is to be used like "If we get separated and you can't find us, meet us at the family meeting location on deck 12". It also could be a sign for a muster station.

Definitely a sign directing people to a muster station.

 

 

I agree it refers to directing everyone to their Muster Station.  Gloria

 

I dunno know. Maybe something about Long Haired Freaky People need not apply.  

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