Thursday, September 11, 2014

Cruise News Daily Headlines for September 11, 2014

* Everything Has a Price
Most cruise passengers have never been to the naming of a new ship. Many may have seen the ceremony and the breaking of the bottle on the internet, but it is even more exciting in person.
   Some passengers aboard TUI’s Mein Schiff 4's maiden cruise will have the opportunity to attend the ship’s naming - for a price.

* Taking a Page from Bermuda’s Playbook
Bermuda has taught Nassau a valuable lesson. There’s easy money to be made from tourists who come on cruise ships. A number of them will have drugs, and if you arrest them, you can fine them hundreds of dollars which they will readily pay rather than face a jail term.
   These types of arrests seem to be on the rise in Nassau with four American tourists from cruise ships arrested over the weekend and in court on Monday. Altogether, fines of $1,500 were collected. Two of the men arrested together had just a gram of marijuana between them.

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