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rackley - Answered a Question by Kendal (27 Jul 07 20:28)

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Webster - Answered a Question by Kendal (29 Jul 07 15:03)

This is not something to be worried about, certainly with the newer ships. Most ships actually have a high pitched speaker, which when pointed at any oncoming threat would burst their ear-drums. There is also very good protection with onboard security - fully trained for such emergencies - and coastguards. This was certainly the case with Princess cruises.

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Moyes - Answered a Question by Kendal (31 Jul 07 21:25)

A Seabourn vessel was attacked off Somalia a while back but frankly if you choose a mainstream cruise company on a standard Med/Baltic/Caribbean route you are at more risk of being attacked by a pilates class. These large vessels are worth $500m+ so you can safely assume the cruise companies and their insurers ensure adequate protection is in place.

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Coulter - Answered a Question by Kendal (08 Aug 07 14:49)

Every cruise passenger is attacked by pirates. You usually find them at the Tours Desk, trying to spin a yarn about their shore excursions at exhorbitant prices when most can be done independently for a fraction of the cost.

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