Hammond - Answered a Question by Botham (12 May 07 11:10)

Only if you use the balcony rail as a tightrope.

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Jay - Answered a Question by Botham (04 May 07 10:58)

Not at all - you'd have to physically want to climb up and jump. They all have strong railings that you can't just fall through. It's very safe.

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Pryor - Answered a Question by Botham (05 May 07 11:36)

All Ships and liners are fitted with protective rails, both on deck and on the balcony to prevent you from falling. You would have to climb over them to fall.

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Newton - Answered a Question by Botham (08 May 07 14:37)

No not at all, the ships rails are very high and all gaps are covered.

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