MSNBC has an interesting article today by travel columnist, Christopher Elliott, entitled Staying Safe on the High Seas. Mr. Elliott reports on the new cruise ship security and safety law signed by President Obama, the problem of sexual assaults, noro-virus, and medical facilities aboard cruise ships. The article quoted me saying that: "The last place you want to become ill or injured is on a cruise ship far away from a U.S. port. Cruise ship medical care is limited. Ship doctors are usually from foreign medical schools. The shipboard facilities are often inadequate and the medical care is sub-standard." Its an interesting article that every passenger should read before setting sail with their family. Christopher Elliott is a travel columnist, a msnbc.com contributor, and the ombudsman for National Geographic Traveler magazine. You can read more travel tips on his blog, elliott.org or e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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