Cruise Travel , Travel News , Travel Safety — on August 13, 2013 7:45 am
Following recent pressure from the Senate, the major players in the cruise industry released all crime allegations , not just those cases that were closed by the FBI. However, this bold gesture might not be as transparent as it seems. Cruise expert Ross Klein looks at how the numbers were released, what was missing and why this gesture of goodwill was lacking complete transparency. The CEO of Royal Caribbean Cruises Limited announced July 24, 2013, at the start of hearings before the U.S. Senate Commerce Committee, that the three major cruise lines would begin posting at their respective website all allegations of crime on their ships. The announcement was given wide media attention as the industry promoted cruises as safer than staying at home.
After months of having its image tarnished by negative media […]
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