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It's their own fault. Do some routine maintenance on your freaking ships.
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I really don't understand the attraction of cruise ships. On vacation I want to get the hell away from people, not be trapped on a floating hotel full of them.
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Their recent troubles have all been with ships built by Fincantieri, an Italian shipyard that's one of the largest in the world. Don't see others of that brand having regular problems, so it seems a maintenance issue. Carnival could also be cheaping out on outfitting their hulls. Or both.
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also cruise wifi and internet sucks balls. 200kbps and around 8 dollars an hour... eff that.
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I loved my recent cruise, on a ship also built by Fincantieri. But P&O maintain their fleet VERY well.

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I say, rebuild the Titanic, oh wait, someone is already planning that
But yeah, what's cheaper, taking the ship out of service in order to do maintenance work or let them become cesspits or potential floating deathtraps.

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