Mar 20, 2015
Gary Bembridge author of "The
Cruise Traveler's Handbook" provides another 60-Second Cruise
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Bad Cruise Habits To Avoid: Part One
Online you will find lists of categories of annoying cruisers, bemoaning the fact that too many people become annoying, irresponsible and selfish on board. I wanted to share a thought one bad habit every cruiser should avoid.
While most cruise passengers are courteous, and considerate - there are things everyone should follow to make sure they are respectful, and make pleasant companions.
Follow every precaution to avoid bringing or spreading Norovirus.
Cruise lines cannot prevent the virus being brought on board,
and they rely on passengers to be honest. If there's an outbreak on
a ship, it creates an enormous amount of extra duties for the crew,
on top of their existing responsibilities, and it's a highly
disrespectful way to treat fellow cruisers. I've been on a ship
where there was an outbreak. The key reason it spread was that
passengers followed neither the advice on sanitization nor the
quarantine requirements after contracting the virus. Wash your
hands with soap and water regularly, and use the antibacterial gel
placed around the ship. Follow the guidance and stay in your cabin
if you contract a virus.
Listen to the next episode for another bad habit to avoid