Last edited by Zathras; 03-23-2012 at 01:04 PM.
The photo was taken at the waterline, or just above it, and you can clearly see every balcony on the port and stern from that angle. You can also see that the staterooms have glass doors. If they were inside and had the lights on, they'd be clearly visible from the shore, especially from a dock.
I think people ought to remember that every country hasn't become as 'enlightened,' or maybe a better word is degenerate, as the United States. If you're visiting another country, maybe it would be wise to obey the laws of that country.
Additionally, if you're in your home (substitute stateroom) and have the shades or drapes drawn, you have expectation of privacy. If the drapes are open at night, with lights on and you're committing an illegal act, you're had. That's in the United States. Apparently Dominica has similar laws.
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