The top cruise ships in the world are known for their breathtaking scenery and their high levels of safety, but a new report has shown that a number of cruise ships can have no-go areas, such as a cabin where no one can get in.
In a study published in the British Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, researchers found that more than two-thirds of the ships in their study were found to have no entry points or restricted areas.
In addition, the researchers also found that while the vast majority of cruise ship passengers and crew are familiar with these rules, the risk of a cruise from one of these ships is much higher.
For example, the study found that only 17 percent of cruise-ship passengers were aware of these rules and were not able to get into a cabin.
Other rules, such a no-smoking and no-fuss zone, can be enforced by crew members, but the risk is very high, according to the study.
Researchers from the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) found that passengers were only able to enter the cabin when the ship was operating under strict rules.
The rules include no smoking, no alcohol, no smoking in public areas, no eating, and no smoking on the ship, according the report.
Additionally, the cruise ships are required to maintain a ‘smoking list’, which is a list of all passengers, crew members and crew members with previous smoking related incidents, according RCOG.
It also found passengers are required at least one hour before the ship’s departure for any medical reasons.
“The number of passengers that can enter a cabin from any cruise ship is quite low, and the safety of the passengers and crews is often compromised,” Dr. Anne Cuddington, who led the study, said in a press release.
“If you have to make the decision between a comfortable cabin or a smoking-free cabin, you have a choice.”
For instance, there are no smoking restrictions at a cabin on a cruise, but passengers who do have to get medical attention are not allowed to smoke.
And while the majority of passengers do not have to abide by these rules at all times, there is a ‘failing to obey’ rule for those who are not fully compliant.
Cuddington also said there are two ways for passengers to avoid these restrictions.
One option is to get onboard the ship as a passenger, or to board a separate boat, which does not have restrictions.
But, if the cabin has no smoking or smoking bans, passengers can get on board the boat.
The other option is a ship’s crew, which has the right to direct their own crew, but they are not bound to follow these rules.
The study also found cruise ships have very limited space for medical staff, as well as passengers and staff.
According to the researchers, a crew of six is needed to care for all the medical needs of the ship and has limited access to other facilities.
The study also highlighted how many of the cruise ship crew are under age 30, and that the crew has little to no supervision.
“The ships crew is under-trained, under-qualified and inexperienced,” Cuddham said.
“Most people have no idea how the ship operates or what their job is.
They are not trained to have this sort of responsibility.”
The Royal College said that the lack of supervision and lack of a ‘safety’ team, can lead to a number problems.
“As a result of this, there may be some people who are very dangerous and not being dealt with properly,” Dr Cuddock said.
Cruise ships have been a source of criticism and concern since it was first introduced in the early 1990s.
Since then, the number of deaths on cruise ships has increased, with more than 6,000 deaths reported to the CDC in 2016 alone.
In 2017, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced a new policy that states cruise ships must maintain a smoking ban and a no smoking zone.
“It is not uncommon for people who work in cruise ships to have some level of health issues and it’s been the subject of debate within cruise ship management for some time,” Dr Sarah Levett, a spokesperson for the Royal Caribbean Cruises, told Fox News.
“We do a very rigorous testing program and we work with our staff and passengers to ensure they are up to date on the rules and regulations.”
Levetti added that while cruise ships may have strict rules, “we also work with the health authorities to ensure everyone is fully protected.
And it’s the safest thing that we can do.”