Cruise Ship Secrets Hidden In Plain Sight

Cruise Ships and Brig

Crew members are also trained to diffuse any hostile incident and prevent it from escalating. However, if either one of the involved parties proves to be too much for them to handle, most cruise ships have at least one cabin on board that they have designated to be used as a brig or detention cell.


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The More You Know

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