The idea behind taking a cruise is to relax and leave your worries behind.
But after all the news features about what went wrong on the Costa Concordia, coupled with frequent headlines about sexual assaults and noroviruses, can cruising really be that carefree?
The best way to relax on your cruise is to do some homework before you go. That means more than just shopping for the best price. In fact, it means knowing in advance about the various incidents that can and do occur at sea, how to prevent most of them and handle the rest should they occur.
Now you can download this "know-before-you-go-cruising" guide for 99 cents
Charles Lipcon, known as the "lawyer who never loses a case" and founder of the maritime law firm Lipcon, Margulies, Alsina & Winkleman, P.A., has compiled his recommendations based on 35 years' experience in representing plaintiffs who have been injured or victimized on cruise ships.
Unsafe on the High Seas has consistently been one of Amazon's 30 best sellers in the Travel category.
Now it's available as an e-Book from Amazon (Kindle), Barnes & Noble (Nook) and iTunes (iPad) for just 99cents. This format makes it a perfect travel companion to help you and your family enjoy a safer vacation. And now it's easy to have this resource right at your fingertips if an emergency should occur while you're at sea.
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