Posted April 21st, 2005, 11:46 AM
I sincerely hope that RCL will at least consider giving current passangers a break on their cruise...
My mom is a travel agent - she didn't know about this either until I called to tell her about it. She commented that it seems like RCCL wants to try to keep this on the hush hush, no doubt becuase of the rash of negative publicity that NCL had as a result of the Dawn.
Call me cynical -- but my feeling is that they don't want to give away as much as NCL gave to their passangers, so they want to keep this as quiet as possible. NCL did a lot of CYA when they had their problems. I feel like RCCL wants as few people to know about this as possible.
One has to wonder if this was an avoidable accident, and that is why RCCL is keeping their lids shut on releasing a statement...
Sorry. Call me cynical.
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