When was the first cruise ship made?

Answer The first cruise ship was the S/S Prinzessin Victoria Luise, built in 1900. The ship housed 120 first-class cabins to accommodate only wealthy travelers. She was launched on June 29, 1900, and was ... Read More »

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Who invented the first cruise ship?

Albert Ballin, general manager of the Hamburg-America Line designed the "Prinzessin Victoria Luise," the first vessel built specifically for the purpose of the recreational cruise. The ship was lau... Read More »

Why does a dance host on a cruise ship have to sign a waiver releasing the agent and cruise company from liability and does his travel insurance cover him and what happens if the ship sinks?

The waiver pertains to liability of injury while dancing. Dancing on a stage is dangerous because of lighting conditions, and cruise ship stages are especially dangerous because of the added motion... Read More »

Can you gamble on a cruise ship when docked?

Cruise ships cannot open their casinos when docked in the United States. Gambling is legal, however, once ships pass into international waters. According to U.S. legislation, ships are determined... Read More »

When was the Queen Mary cruise ship commissioned?

The Queen Mary was commissioned by the Cunard Steamship Company on September 26, 1934. Its last cruise took place in 1967, after which it was turned into a hotel in Long Beach, California.Source:Th... Read More »