Norwegian Epic, Others Squeak By in Recent Cruise Ship Sanitation Tests

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thank you for the report

no - i don't check the cdc on a regular basis
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Joined May 2008
I always check the sanitation score for the next ship I intend to cruise. It is available online and through this website, if I am not mistaken. I want to have a good time on my cruise and getting sick from the food isn't my idea of a good time.
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Joined Nov 2008
No, I dont check. Its more likely that the hotel you stay in pre or post cruise is far less hygenic. Cruise ships are the only form of accommodation that have to do the test. If the test was applied to all accommodation, I dont think anyone would leave their homes.

And what is more frightening is the amount of fellow guests you see not bothering with the even the basic personal clendlieness in the restrooms etc..ugh