A recent survey conducted by Virgin Holidays Cruises of more than 1,000 British holidaymakers revealed what they would like to do on a cruise, especially in relation to etiquette.

The results of the survey revealed how helpful passengers would be when in a dangerous situation – 25% of women surveyed thought it was not acceptable for women and children to be evacuated first in the case of an emergency and 72% of people believe it is un acceptable to wear a swimming costume around all areas of the ship during the day.

Other findings revealed that 24% of passengers believe it is acceptable to wear shorts to diner on a cruise, 22% of people would consider losing their child on deck for some ‘alone time’ and 26% would want Jamie Oliver to prepare all their meals.

The company has created posters that could feature on its ships to help make having a good time on board less of a hassle.

The posters give passengers general pointers about what they need with them on certain parts of the ship, what they should and shouldn’t do and how to stay safe.

For more information see www.virginholidayscruises.co.uk

 

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