I wonder how many people each pod can hold and how many pods that there are?The weather there looks gorgeous Lois!Love Di ♥
Glad to see the crew practicing the drills.
Good morning,Diana, there are 30 life boats and many more life rafts. In all there are more seats than there are people on board. :) Not to worry.Yes, Yogi, constant drills!Thanks for stopping by.All the best,Lois
Love that blue water! It is a great thing that they are practicing :-) In the very unlikely event of an emergency ,the crew will be ready. St. Thomas looks lovely! We did a kayak tour there a few years ago. With my son and I in the same kayak, we did whatever we could to avoid those mangroves. Unfortunately it seemed like there were large magnets in them!
I am sure it gives you a feeling of comfort knowing the crew is keeping up with the safety of their passengers! Nice shots!
very cool crafts! i hope you never need to board one!
Hello again,The crew participates in safety drills each and every week; the guests participate in a mustering drill at the beginning of every cruise. Everyone is aware of what to do in an emergency. We don't let fear of what might happen ruin our everyday lives out here any more than we would fear what might happen ruin our lives at home.It is safer to be out here on this ship than it is to be driving on an Interstate Highway. And, cruising compared to flying? I know I can swim; I know I can't fly!Thanks, everyone, for stopping by. Very best,Lois
It's a good feeling to see that.I think you are very safe on this ship.
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