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    IS IT TRUE THAT CRUISE LINERS HAVE A MORGUE

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    Cruises tend to attract older people who are more likely to die than the general population. In order to dispose of a cadaver there would only be 3 options: Helicopter the stiff off the ship, bury it at sea, or store it in a designated morgue until reaching a port.

    They would almost have to have one............

    Death has its own timeline. They have to put the deceased  people somewhere.

    fjoel

    thanks Abby Grant

    Throw them overboard for the "fish .After all we eat fish .Mind you feel sorry for the fish .( fish talk .his skin is tough as old rope other fish That was old rope ."It was tied round him just in case he woke up .)

    Yeah on some cruises that I have been on, they come to the dining rooms to check on the elderly, and take check of their pulse, just to make sure they are still alive... 



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