Will the Costa cruise ship disasters make you less likely to go on a cruise?
The Costa Concordia and the Costa Allegra cruise ships have experienced disasters, one deadly, in the over a 6 week period. I love cruises so I would probably never travel on a Costa cruise ship, but will go on other cruise lines.
I would definietly go on another cruise (not on Costa though!). However, I will be more particular about knowing where my kids are and more particular in having not just a plan A (go to assigned muster station), but also a plan B!
No. I will continue to enjoy cruising. I think people should be selective as to the cruise line they choose. Some cruise lines take better safety precautions than others. Cruising is no different than any other mode of travel. You have to do your research and select the one that puts the safety of their passengers as their top priority.
Absolutely not! I love cruising and will do it as long as I can. Were they tragic events? Yes they were, but there's always chances of tragic events in every other type of transportation.
by Liam Hallam 6 years ago
Does this make you refrain from booking a Cruise?
by Christy Garrett 6 years ago
Would you go on a cruise? If so, would you be worried about a cruising accident similar....to the ones in the news recently. One cruise ship hit something similar to the Titanic and the other had engine problems.
by stevemark122000 9 years ago
For Caribbean and Alaska?
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by harmony155 5 years ago
How likely are you to board a cruise ship after the recent Carnival cruise line events?
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