Mar 30, 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 Three
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 some more thoughts about bad habits every cruiser should avoid.
Pay attention and stay focused in the safety drill.
Although incidents at sea are rare, they are a real possibility.
At every muster drill I see people chatting, checking their phones
and not focusing on the message and instructions - and generally
not taking the briefing seriously. It only takes up to 30 minutes
of your vacation time and the rules and guidance does change. It
could save you or your fellow passengers life.
Do not be a secret balcony smoker.
Smoking has, or is, being severely restricted on most cruise
lines to designated areas on deck and many have stopped allowing
smoking on balconies. However, in my experience, many smokers are
still smoking on their balconies and drifting smoke remains an
issue and, even worse, they are flushing the butts into the toilet
system to hide the activity. The system is not geared to cope with
Listen to the next episode for more bad habits to avoid