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Cruisemates 04-25-2012 03:01 PM

New Technology Saves Lives
New Technology Saves Lives
by Jason Leppert

A conversation with the Vice President of Security Services for Carnival sheds light on the reality of rescues at sea.
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The Carnival Victory
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With enigmatic tales of missing persons and suggestions of covert criminal activity, the mainstream media often allows certain commentators to portray the cruise industry as a conspiracy of corruption. Do these cruise industry detractors have a leg to stand on, or are they solely straw men with frail support trying to scare the most gullible and uninformed readers?
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MCPayne 07-03-2012 06:39 AM

Most cruise lines and other government officials make sure that the passengers' safety / security is the main priority. At the terminals, you must show ID and proof of citizenship to board, similar to at the airport.

I've only been on 3 cruises, but on all of those, I have never felt unsafe. If bad weather interferes with a cruise, cruise lines will either revise the ports of call to sail around the bad weather, or cancel a port altogether.

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