Cruising can be a carefree and fun vacation experience. However, this doesn’t mean that you can’t get into trouble while on a cruise. In fact, some people have even been kicked off cruise ships for certain things they did.
Things are like this: When you sign your cruise contract, you agree to a code of conduct, pledging not to do anything unsafe, inappropriate, or discourteous. This includes standing or sitting on outside railings, too. If you break the rules, the shipboard security staff may confine you to your cabin. Moreover, they can even send you to the brig.
In fact, cruise lines have every right to remove unruly passengers from their ships. This usually means you’ll be kicked off at the next port of call. For those who do something illegal, the consequences are well-matched for the misbehavior—they are turned over to local law enforcement.
Without further ado, here are 7 things not to do on a cruise ship!