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Old December 16th, 2011, 12:48 AM
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I'm somewhat surprised that Carnival would even allow the cruise, which is against the law (even if you don't like the law) to be booked.

And really aghast that a representative of Carnival would say... ah, it's ok, they'll only have to pay the fine if anyone happens to notice.

I would guess that if it was discovered that Carnival was intentionally selling cruises that contravened the act they would be in for much more serious problems than a simple $300 fine.

I'd also imagine that Carnival Corp. wouldn't have a supportive view of one of their representatives explaining their position in those terms.
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