Cruise ships are an iconic sight.
They are typically built for a certain age group and, because of their age, the people who work at them tend to be more comfortable with them.
In the past, cruise ship workers have reported some of the worst conditions, and some have died of the sickness.
But now a growing number of cruise ship operators say that cruise ship staff are not getting adequate medical care, or even basic training.
On the heels of a deadly cruise ship crash in the Indian Ocean that killed at least 21 people, the U.S. Coast Guard and the cruise ship industry have teamed up to provide more training to cruise ship crew.
The Coast Guard is sending an additional crew member to the International Carnival Cruise Line in the Caribbean.
In addition to the training that is currently being provided to cruise ships, the Coast Guard has created an online video to provide information about cruise ship illness.
The U.K.-based cruise ship company Carnival says it is making the video to share with cruise ship managers and employees.
Carnival says that more than 700 people have visited the site since it was launched in December.
Carnival has said that the video is aimed at helping the company improve the health and safety of its cruise ship employees.
While the video doesn’t say how much training the company is giving, the company says that it has sent training materials to cruise operators around the world.
The videos will be made available online in the coming days.
Carnival told The Wall St. Journal that it is sending additional training materials and a video to cruise line managers and workers.
“We’ve had to put out training materials over the last three weeks,” Carnival cruise line president John Jorgensen said.
“This is the next step in that process, so that’s what we’re doing.”
A spokesperson for Carnival told the Associated Press that the company plans to send more training materials, and the company will also send out video training materials in a similar format.
But the company said that it’s not offering a one-size-fits-all approach to ship health care.
“There’s no one way to do things,” the spokesperson said.
Carnival’s Jorgenson said that cruise lines are working to provide training that includes everything from physical therapy to nutrition and other aspects of the work environment.
“The bottom line is we’re all professionals,” Jorgersen said.
He said that Carnival has had to increase the training levels for its employees to meet the needs of the company’s growing fleet of ships.
“You have to work around what’s available and how much you’re willing to work,” Jengensen said, noting that many ship owners are working with the Coast Force and the U