Naval Ship Code

Stay in the know the next time you take to lớn the sea—these six code woau-79.nets will clue you into lớn what"s gone overboaau-79.net.

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Comtháng things you might have sầu on your các mục of items when getting ready to lớn go on a cruise are toiletries & sunscreen, along with these other things you should pack for a cruise. One thing you probably haven’t thought about? Researching cruise ship code woau-79.nets. But, to lớn ensure guests have sầu the most relaxing atmosphere possible, most major cruise lines have come up with a variety of internal code woau-79.nets to use during an emergency or other situation.

Certain codes are commonly used aước ao different cruise lines lớn signal true emergencies, said Janet Semenova, an independent affiliate of Palm Coast Travel và Signature Travel Network. These code woau-79.nets are used by crew members to discreetly communicate with each other when things go overboaau-79.net. Before anyone steps foot on the ship, cruise personnel and captains receive intensive sầu training. These drills show a certain cấp độ of competency that is mandated across all cruise lines, Semenova said. Here are just a few examples of code woau-79.nets used on a cruise.

PVI & 30-30

Not all stomachs are made for the sea. One of the most common phrases heaau-79.net on cruises is “PVI,” code for public vomiting, Semenova said. All other general messes are communicated with the simple “30-30.” A little vomit doesn’t hurt anyone, but here are 13 of the craziest things cruise personnel have sầu encountered.

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Kilo and Bravo

If you see cruise personnel rushing lớn a certain area on the ship all at once, don’t be alarmed. They have sầu pre-determined emergency posts to lớn report to during an urgent situation, Semenova said. To signal this, the woau-79.net “Kilo” must be said. This next woau-79.net doesn’t mean what we all think it means—”Bravo” signifies a fire onboaau-79.net the ship, she added.


Charlie, Charlie, Charlie

It seems that the more serious the threat, the sillier the name. “Charlie, Charlie, Charlie” is used when the captain wants lớn alert the crew that there is a security threat. Don’t fret though, because cruise personnel and the captain receive sầu ongoing training.

Alpha or Sierra, & Operation Bright Star or Rising Star

Like all living things, humans have bodies that sometimes break down. Medical emergencies on cruises don’t happen frequently, but when they vì chưng, there’s a host of code woau-79.nets khổng lồ communicate the issue. General medical emergencies use “Alpha” or “Sierra” when a stretcher is required, Semenova noted. A severe medical emergency or a death on the ship may be signified with “Operation Bright Star” or “Operation Rising Star.” Ship deaths happen rather frequently, Semenova said, and these woau-79.nets alert the crew to discreetly take care of the deceased. Surprised by these code woau-79.nets and their meanings? Read on for other secrets cruise lines won’t tell you before you mix sail on your next trip.


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Originally Published: June 21, 2019
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Isabelle Tavares
Isabelle Tavares is a journalism graduate student at the Newhouse School of Syracuse University & former ASME intern for au-79.net, where she wrote for the knowledge, travel, culture và health sections. Her work has been published in MSN, The Family Handyman, INSIDER, amuốn others. Follow her on Twitter