Book Cruises Carefully Travel Agent Suggests

WWBT NBC12 in Richmond aired a consumer video today about the types of questions which consumers should ask before selecting a cruise. 

The video was produced in response to the recent troubles at sea with the stranded Carnival Triumph cruise ship, and the recent "suspicious death" aboard Royal Caribbean's Enchantment of the Seas cruise ship earlier this week which have left some passengers thinking twice about taking a cruise.

A travel agent from Richmond explains that all cruise lines have a passenger contract in effect. She suggests that cheap prices may mean riskier sailing.

 

NBC12.com - Richmond, VA News

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Dennis Bonade - March 28, 2013 12:44 PM

Thank God I'm using this moron agent from Richmond. A cheap cruise means a riskier sailing. So if someone books an inside cabin on said ship for $499.00 and another books a suite on the same said ship it riskier?

Don & GailSayman - March 28, 2013 6:03 PM

Simple you get what you pay for. we have
completed over 50 cruises (43 Disney) ok

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