Carnegie - Answered a Question by Johnson (14 Jan 09 15:26)

Ask Reception to inform the Ship's Purser you want to speak to him/her. we did and we got a note asking us to meet her and explain the problem .

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BLYTH - Answered a Question by Johnson (14 Jan 09 15:33)

Persons who wish to complain about a safety-related matter they have observed on a cruise ship should contact the Coast Guard Marine Safety Office (MSO) responsible for the Control Verification Examination of the ship. Interested persons can get a referral to the appropriate MSO by calling the Coast Guard toll-free Consumer Hotline: 1-800-368-5647. Sorry can't so far get a better contact telephone line.

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BLYTH - Answered a Question by Johnson (14 Jan 09 18:01)

I so far have failed to find a more direct contact telephone number but I should have said the contact I did supply would only apply if it were an American cruise line but not many are not now with Carnival owning so many including Cunard. If it was a Britsih based cruise line and there won't be many then it would be our Coastguard authority as I am assuming this is something that has happened on a cruise ship you may have been on recently.

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Cooke - Answered a Question by Johnson (15 Jan 09 07:58)

You could try: Maritime and Coastguard Agency Spring Place 105 Commercial Road Southampton SO15 1EG United Kingdom telefax: +44 23 80 32 91 04 telephone: +44 23 80 32 93 43 e-mail: psc_headquarters@mcga.gov.uk website: www.mcga.gov.uk I hope that helps.

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