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Princess Cruising => Princess News Chatter => Topic started by: Host Mike on August 07, 2017, 01:26:54 PM



Title: Preparing for pirates on the ghost ship Sea Princess
Post by: Host Mike on August 07, 2017, 01:26:54 PM
"When 1900 passengers set sail from Sydney on a world cruise, they had no idea for 10 of their 104 days at sea there would be a dusk-til-dawn ban on any fun on deck.

No deck parties, no movies under the stars, no late-night outdoor bar hopping or pool dipping.

No lights, no party atmosphere, no lapping up tropical breezes on their balconies.

All around the ship, as the sun set, all curtains were drawn and all shutters closed.

Bright lights, which normally signal the presence of a Sea Princess on the ocean, were dimmed or turned off altogether.

She was a ghost ship."

http://www.news.com.au/travel/travel-advice/travellers-stories/preparing-for-pirates-on-the-sea-princess/news-story/3d246907213393ab06f5af6335fbae31


Title: Re: Preparing for pirates on the ghost ship Sea Princess
Post by: RichC on August 07, 2017, 03:30:32 PM
So?  I don't see the problem.


Title: Re: Preparing for pirates on the ghost ship Sea Princess
Post by: nabs14 on August 07, 2017, 07:42:50 PM


I see absolutely no reason one may not enjoy some outside time on their own private balcony??  Sounds like a completely boring 10 days.  ENJOY...  ;D   


Title: Re: Preparing for pirates on the ghost ship Sea Princess
Post by: NSWP on September 11, 2017, 11:45:38 PM
Friend of mine was on Sea Princess Princess Worldie this year.  99% Aussies on board, they would have bombarded the pirates with booze bottles, plenty of empties on board. :o

In 2012 we were on P&O UK 'Arcadia' Sydney to Southampton, crossing the Indian Ocean towards Africa we had pirate drill.   Sit in the corridor, hands on head and be quiet. ;D