Picture it: You and your family head to the port and excitedly board a cruise ship for the vacation you’ve been looking forward to all year. Only after you’ve left the dock and hit the high seas do you realize that a whole lot of the people on board are there as part of a specialty cruise, whether it revolves around a music group or a reality show. Perhaps, even, something you really, really don’t want your family exposed to. Over the past few years, cruise lines have hosted everything from faux vampires to drag queens, rock stars to reality stars. And in many cases, those cruises are not charters – meaning the entire boat has been reserved by the group in question – resulting in some rather interesting scenarios. When Worlds Collide In fact, these culture clashes have been known to happen even when a cruise is a charter. Why? Because if the agency booking the event cruise is unable to sell all of the cabins, th
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