Rowdy passenger removed from Rhapsody of the Seas
Royal Caribbean has been forced to remove a passenger from one of its vessels, following a bout of rowdy behaviour.
According to reports, the guest was removed from the Rhapsody of the Seas after throwing items overboard and other similar activities.
Cruise Critic reports that the unnamed 29-year-old passenger from Australia had also tried to throw a chair overboard into the south Pacific, but was unsuccessful in the attempt.
"Because this guest violated our Guest Conduct Policy, a decision was made to disembark him the following day in Noumea, New Caledonia, the next port of call," said Cynthia Martinez, director of global corporate communications at Royal Caribbean, to the news provider.
If passengers are removed from a voyage for violating Royal Caribbean's terms of conduct, they will be responsible for paying for their own transport home.
Rhapsody of the Seas is currently touring the South Pacific. The vessel is set to spend the summer months touring the waters around Alaska, before heading back to the South Pacific for the winter season.