Discover the reality the cruise industry doesn't want you to know about:
Sexual Assaults, Unaccredited Doctors, Inadequate Security and Your Binding Ticket Contract. Learn how to protect you and your loved ones from becoming victims.
-Easy to use checklists to help protect you and your family.
-Realistic rules to keep you safe in a cruise ship environment.
-Sensible talk about health and sanitation issues.
-Practical advice to guide you from the purchase of your ticket (which is a binding contract) to the end of your voyage.
|Publisher:||I. Adels Inc.|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||2 MB|
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This book is a must read before taking a cruise. The tips are easy to follow. I know that now that I have read this, when we go on our next family cruise vacation in November, I will be armed with the information I need to keep my family safe! And I can even bring the tips with me all for just 99 cents - awesome!
Unsafe on the High Seas provides the reader with the exact type of conversation they should have before embarking on their next cruise - telling horror stories of what has happened to the author's past clients and others. The information is provided in a concise and easy to read format which can be reviewed in a couple of hours. A must for first time cruisers - this information will provide you with a wealth of practical knowledge not otherwise available to people other than cruise insiders who may have seen the 'other' side of cruising. It is an equally important read for the veteran cruiser, who has been fortunate enough not to have seen or heard about some of the horror stories of when something goes wrong during a cruise. The author takes great care in not trying to talk the reader out of taking a cruise; rather, he just wants the reader to be well informed and cautious while cruising. I would guess that someone who reads this book and follows its advice is far less likely to become a victim of a cruise incident or accident.