Mr Titow, whose family was holidaying on the ship, said the fight broke out days after the same man allegedly approached his wife and made sexually inappropriate comments and gestures. He reported the man’s comments to cruise ship operator Royal Caribbean, which said it would investigate. But things escalated. Two days later, the other man threatened to kill him and and slammed a chair down near him and a violent brawl broke. Witnesses helped break up the fight and Anthony and the man were detained in the ship’s holding cell.
Voyager of the Seas
Cruise ship staff decided the passengers should be disembarked at the next port of call “to ensure the safety, security and an enjoyable cruising experience for our guests”. “We have a zero-tolerance policy to any form of violence or crime onboard our ships,” they say. On the other par, Titow family have spent thousands of dollars in hotel bills since becoming stranded on Vanuatu. They intend to take legal action against Royal Caribbean. One of the world’s biggest cruise ships, Voyager of the Seas just had an extensive $80 million makeover in the shipyard in Singapore.