Sunday, January 30, 2011

Will I fall off of the ship?

Recently I was talking to someone about cruises and they asked me what I thought about these people who have "fallen" off of cruise ships. My answer was......you can't just "fall" off of a cruise ship! In my opinion, there is no place on a ship where you can just accidently fall of of the ship while simply enjoying your cruise vacation.

In order to fall off, you have to be doing something you shouldn't be doing. You would have to be hanging way over the railing that goes all the way around the ship on every accessible deck and go overboard. You would have to get up on top of a rail, and jump or be thrown overboard. Don't worry about falling off, just worry about what the next fun activity you are going to enjoy will be while on your cruise! What are you waitng for? Call me!

1 comment:

Ada said...

Greg,

There are many individuals, including 2 of my sisters that are worried about going on a cruise and I believe this blog can make people a bit more comfortable about going on cruises.

Great Analysis!

Ada Garcia
Caribbean Cruise Specialist
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