I was just reading on another cruise site of a situation where there was a drunk women in a show acting inappropriately (waving arms, talking very loudly, disturbing other guests). The passenger reporting this incident (on the NCL EPIC during the Blue Man group) claims the staff did nothing until the show ended and she was literally carried by the arms out by staff. There was another incident reported by another passenger of yet another passenger on the same ship drunk poolside and the staff kept coming up to him and offering even more drinks(!!!).
What - if any - are policies for cruise lines for people like this? Who is liable as well? I know there was a recent Carnival incident where 10 people were kicked off the ship in Mexico for physical fighting involving alcohol.
Each cruiseline has a passenger conduct policy that is included in their brochures, websites and in cruise documents. Basically it is on a case-by-case basis, if they think a passenger has acted badly, they can remove them from the ship. It's up to the ship's captain to decide if the behavior is bad enough or not.
Majesty of the Seas - 10/03 & 02/07 & 11/08
Enchantment of the Seas - 10/04 & 10/11
Mariner of the Seas - 10/05
Vision of the Seas - 10/06 & 09/07
Carnival Liberty - 10/07
Adventure of the Seas - 9/08
Ruby Princess - 12/09
Voyager of the Seas - 9/10
Carnival Spirit - 11/10
Oasis of the Seas - 9/13