How many persons of the total passenger capacity is normally onboard when you're on a cruise?
Yes, this is a weird question, and very hard to formulate. Let's use Freedom Of The Seas as an example. The tot. capacity is 3634 beds/persons. How many of these is really on the cruise ship?
What's normally? Do you often have a feeling of that the ship has so many passengers onboard as possible, or is it really contrary?