A Royal Caribbean passenger was banned from a lifelong cruise line after a fellow traveler caught her precariously on a railing on the outside of the ship to take a photo.
Peter Blosic, who was on the Allure on a Sea Ship, snapped a picture of the woman, since the narrow ledge she is standing on is all that keeps her from sinking into the water. The woman, who appears to be wearing a blue swimsuit, has her hands raised in the air as she gets out of the 17-deck ship.
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Royal Caribbean spokesman Jonathan Fishman confirmed that earlier this week "a guest was observed recklessly and dangerously posing for a photo while standing on the balcony of his office with the help of his pal. "
Security has been notified and the ship is heading to Jamaica, but the woman of the photo and the person she travels with are banned from cruising the Royal Caribbean for life, said Fishman.
Royal Caribbean Guest Behavior Policy clearly states: "Dangerous behavior Sitting, standing, laying or climbing on, over or through any external or internal railings or other protective bulkheads or tampering with ship's equipment, facilities or systems intended for the safety of guests are not permitted."
Earlier this year, a group of men were banned from the Royal Caribbean after one of them was shot jumping from his 1
An Alabama police officer was injured earlier this month after falling about 16 feet while on a carnival cruise and landing on board a ship, The Associated Press reported.
And in July, half-year-old died after falling through an open window in a children's play area on the 11th floor of a Royal Caribbean ship on a seaport docked in San Juan.