When the world opens back up, will you be leary about going on a cruise? ?
- GypsyfishLv 72 months agoFavorite Answer
I've been on many cruises, and have never had a problem. However, it will be a while before I take another cruise. It's not so much the fear of getting sick as the fear of being stuck on the ship, in my cabin, because other people got sick.
- MichaelLv 62 months ago
Not at all. We just booked our next one in March 2020.
- oil field trashLv 72 months ago
I have always viewed a cruise ship as a large incubator for germs and viruses. Not some place I would want to be.
- 2 months ago
It depends on how covid-19 and any other problems develop. (Remember norovirus, Costa Concordia?) I was due to take a cruise in September 2020, but I've put it off until the following May.
When it comes to getting from place to place, you're far less likely to catch a virus on a ship than you are on a plane or train - the difference is that you're still on the ship when the symptoms develop. Covid-19 arrived in the USA with air passengers. If the only way in was by ship and the ship was quarantined if anyone developed symptoms, covid-19 would never have reached the USA.
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- megalomaniacLv 72 months ago
I thought that travelling around on a ship with hundreds of other people, sometimes thousands of other people, was a really bad idea even before the coronavirus outbreak. Each to their own I suppose. It's a big dreamy floating buffet without having to drive through traffic to get there for some people I guess, but to me it's just a ship of fools.