Wednesday, June 26, 2024

I FUCKING HATE CRUISE SHIPS ..........

 


Like i say  ........i fucking hate cruise ships  .....all things  cruise ships ........you cannot go anywhere ........ once  they have  left the port .......once you discover  the ships ......... and  that can be done in  24 hrs ......and then you eat......... all you can eat .....drink all you can ......and watch  .....  and watch a 4th rate entertainment show ...usually  people ...... that cannot make  Branson Missouri..........or  Nashville Tennessee ........or Vegas .......or  some  place  like  that  they.....usually do not  care .......as  everyone is  fucking drunk off their ass ......to  give  a  flying ......when you hammered ........  anything  sounds  good ...... when you  are   fucking smashed of your face ......and you  know that everyone that goes on cruises  buys the  endless drink package ....i mean wtf!!!! else is there  to do when you are  stuck on a  floating petri dish in the  ocean.......eat...... fuck..... drink..... and  the fuck part is okay  ...but you can  do all of it on land .......listen.......  i  do not trust a  tin bath full of  cunts .........  drunk in a  huge  massive   body of water ...simple .......i have no faith in human beings .......and then a  fire !!!!!breaks out .......well fuck no !!!!!.....thanks  i am fine ......on land   you can  fuck off /leave/scarper/drive /call an uber/taxi/rent a limo/bike/run.........a tin bath in the ocean on fire  .........well titanic   .....that did it for me ........


Fire breaks out on world’s largest cruise ship

Francesca Street, CNN
2 min read

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Crew on board the world’s largest cruise ship, the Icon of the Seas, were called on to tackle a fire this week as the gigantic vessel was berthed in a port in Mexico.

The “small fire” was “quickly extinguished” after it broke out on Tuesday, the ship’s operator Royal Caribbean spokesperson confirmed to CNN Travel. The cruise line said there were no injuries and the overall on board impact was “minimal.”

The record-breaking Icon of the Seas – which is nearly 1,200-foot-long and 250,800 gross tons – was docked in Costa Maya, Mexico when the incident occurred. The vessel briefly lost power, but back-up power was activated right away.

The Royal Caribbean spokesperson confirmed crew members controlled the blaze, explaining all crew are trained to handle such situations.

During the incident, on-board announcements alerted passengers about what was happening, according to the cruise line. Social media users on an Icon of the Seas Facebook group spoke of minor disruption to their day, but proceedings were quickly back to normal.

The $2-billion Icon of the Seas made headlines when the vessel launched earlier this year, with its seven swimming pools – including a record-breaking 17,000-square-foot water park. The vessel’s current itinerary hasn’t been impacted by the fire and the ship is now en route to the Mexican island of Cozumel.

In March, a fire broke out on a Carnival Cruise Lines ship, with footage captured by a passenger of the ship’s tail ablaze.

Speaking to CNN Travel, a Royal Caribbean spokesperson said minor fires are “not common, but also not uncommon” on cruise ships, but are usually handled swiftly and with minimal disruption to passengers.

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