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 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?

Answer 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 »
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Should you buy travel insurance for a cruise through the cruise line or your travel agent?

Purchasing Travel Medical Insurance Actually, anyone you purchase insurance from is going to make money on it. Neither the cruise line nor the travel agent charge extra commission on top of the cos... Read More »
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How long does it take to travel around the world on a cruise ship?

The time taken for a round-the-world cruise varies from 90 to 110 Days, with 90 being considered really fast, which implies a fast-moving ship and fewer stops. Some of the Cruise lines that offer "... Read More »
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How fast does the fastest cruise ship travel?

The world's fastest cruise ship is certainly not the largest, or the newest. The SS United States first set sail in 1952. The SS United States still holds the speed record with a speed of 44 knots,... Read More »
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Do you need a passport to travel on a cruise ship to the Bahamas?

As part of the Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative, the U.S. Department of State requires all Americans to show a passport card or book to re-enter into the United States from the Bahamas by sea.R... Read More »
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