LIFE ON AN OCEAN WAVE

Reader's Digest Asia Pacific - - Heart -

Cruise com­pa­nies re­veal some of the most out­landish – and amus­ing – re­marks made by pas­sen­gers on ocean lin­ers.

One man asked the cap­tain to turn off the en­gine as it was too loud.

An un­happy woman made her views known that to­p­less sun­bathers on the beach should be banned, as her hus­band had spent all hol­i­day star­ing at other women.

An­other pas­sen­ger was dis­ap­pointed that the ship didn’t re­sem­ble the Ti­tanic and they should have been warned be­fore­hand.

A first-time pas­sen­ger blamed the cap­tain for not warn­ing him that he could get sea­sick and re­quested a list of cruises that this would not oc­cur on.

A pas­sen­ger asked for a win­dow to be in­stalled, even though he had booked an in­side cabin room.

A fe­male pas­sen­ger sent a re­quest for a sound­proofed room be­cause the noise of the Mediter­ranean kept her awake.

BONVOYAGE.UK, CRUISE.CO.UK

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