ALTHOUGH CRUISES HAVE a strong safety record, they're not without risk. After all, cruise lines have been addressing bad press about security since the 1985 terrorist attack on the Italian cruise ship Achille Lauro, in which an American tourist was killed. Most recently, the press has turned to concerns about bioterrorism and outbreaks of contagious gastrointestinal illnesses aboard cruise ships.

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