Preparing for pirates on the Sea Princess

Carolyne Jasinski

When 1900 passengers set sail from Sydney on a world cruise, they had no idea for 10 of their 104 days at sea, there would be a dusk-til-dawn ban on any fun on deck.

No deck parties, no movies under the stars, no late-night outdoor bar hopping or pool dipping.
No lights, no party atmosphere, no lapping up tropical breezes on their balconies.
All around the ship, as the sun set, all curtains were drawn and all shutters closed.
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