Sex on cruise lines

Statendam, a Sex on cruise lines America Line cruise ship. She is one year old today. I haven’t seen her for six months, and won’t see her again for another six months.

I was very lucky that I had the money to get myself out of the rotten situation, but there are many who are not as fortunate. They have to stay and make the best of it, because they have families to support. And that is the kind of exploitation that the ITF hopes, one day, to put an end to. Klein teaches in the School of Social Work at Memorial University of Newfoundland.

His book, Death by Chocolate: What You Must Know Before Taking a Cruise, was published by Breakwater Books. Since 1992, he has taken 30 cruises comprising close to 300 days. The workers in this article are not identified by name in order to avoid jeopardizing their employment. Think you got what it takes to write for Cracked. Then submit an article or some other pieces of content. Hey, why can’t I vote on comments?

Cracked only offers comment voting to subscribing members. If you’re already an awesome Cracked subscriber, click here to login. It seems like whenever you check the news, yet another cruise ship is either losing power, on fire, or en route to Davy Jones’ Locker. Nonetheless, vacationers have few qualms about boarding these heaving pleasure vessels. Sure, Carnival is charging rates normally reserved for motels that specialize in crack cocaine transactions just to fill rooms after the Triumph turned into a stool-logged hellhole, but people aren’t deterred. If you know a faster way to get salmonella, we’d love to hear it. But the truth is, the cruise industry on a whole is a dreary business.

Here are some details about cruises that make Hedonism look like the responsible choice for your next family reunion. In 2012, there were approximately 200-300 cruise ships active. And with all of these ships chugging around — jam-packed with thousands of passengers blotto off of daiquiris, crab legs, and shuffleboard — there’s obviously gallons and gallons of chemicals, oils, and diarrhea water being produced daily. So what happens to all that stank-ass effluvia? See, while the United States and any other country can throw all the pollution laws they want at cruise lines, that shit will only stick for about three nautical miles out.