Two people in three weeks died going overboard from cruise ships, one on Carnival, one on NCL. Everyone knows that occasionally people, crew and passengers alike, fall or jump from a ship, but it seems to have become more frequent. My own experience aboard ships has shown that every square inch of public space on the average cruise ship is covered by a video camera. Response time of course can vary considerably from when someone jumps/falls until the "man overboard" notification reaches the bridge, and when rescue operations commence. Often, rescue operations or the cruise line's response to these situations cause a change in itinerary or other aspect of the cruise. Do YOU think there is anything more the cruise lines can do to make it more difficult, or prevent people from going overboard? Should there be some new protocol, or safety measures, or response procedure in order to save lives?