ToddTheCruiser
Contributor Level: Staff Captain

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AuntPinkie
Contributor Level: Captain

At least it is good press this time.Happy

cruznjan
Contributor Level: Staff Captain

It's good they were there.

Bubba54
Contributor Level: Captain

I agree, they respond more than I think makes the news.

 

I agree.

ctav
Contributor Level: Captain

 

Yeah, and since its good news it's posted in some obscure news media.  Bad it would be plasted over every drive by media and it when its Carnival, they'll double down on them.

 

ctav

 

WeCruiseToo
Moderator
Contributor Level: Captain

Cruise ships regularly aid in the rescue of people.Happy  It rarely makes the news.Sad

glomarrone
Contributor Level: Admiral

Yes, I was happy to read good news about Carnival since I am a shareholder, too and have taken many cruises in the past on Carnival. 

ashleebrown
Contributor Level: Captain

Love to hear good news. You don't ever hear about the good stuff anymore.

meghad23
Contributor Level: Captain

I need a ship to rescue me from work and reality! 

 

noname111
Contributor Level: Captain

On one of our Caribbean voyages (Celebrity Reflection I believe), the ship stopped to aid a group of refugees on a raft.  It was in the middle of the night but the Captain made an announcement about it in the morning.  It was a humanitarian gesture and the right thing to do. The US Coast Guard arrived and took over at some point before the ship went along its way.

 

That never hit the news.

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