clare71275 Posted October 4, 2013 #1 Share Posted October 4, 2013 Has anyone seen this before? Just posting FYI. We had no problems in the tourist areas during the day, though. Common sense is the rule. Copied verbatim from Cruise Compass October 2, 2013: Your Safety Is Important to Us We feel it is important to make our guests aware that the U.S. Embassy recently published a safety warning for the Bahamas due to an increase in crime against tourists, mostly non-violent crimes such as robbery of personal items. Visitors to the Bahamas, like visitors to all foreign countries in the world today, need to be mindful of their personal safety. We recommend guests not venture too far from tourist areas, or consider participating in an organized tour. Also, to lower your risk of being a victim of petty theft or other non-violent crimes, please consider leaving valuables and irreplaceable items in your stateroom. We suggest you avoid wearing obviously expensive jewelry, carry only the cash or credit cards that you will need on each outing and keep your belongings secure and out of sight. This common sense approach and heightened level of awareness will help you enjoy your visit to the Bahamas. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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