Posted July 19th, 2009, 05:29 PM
I wasn't even going in that direction; I was thinking more along the lines of the vast majority of passengers, adults, teens & children, being first time cruisers and that they should be made aware of the various dangers of being on a moving ship during and along with the muster drill.
U R right though about adults needing supervision; the security personnel on Splendor spent a good deal of their time "baby sitting" at the "adults only" pool. This was perhaps because the cruise lines push their expensive alcoholic drinks a bit too much?
I suppose they could, but when do we stop warning adults about things that are self-evident,..... same people that keep asking "How can I get out of muster drill?" The people that truly do accidentally fall off cruise ships are few, I hope, and certainly in the running for the Darwin Awards.