Cruise ship passengers protesting after '14 days to Hell'
Would-be vacationers are calling it '14 days to Hell.'
Angry passengers on board a Norwegian Cruise Line ship are demanding refunds after missing the fifth scheduled port of call in a two-week voyage.
Complaints range from increasingly stale food to toilets that no longer work.
Videos and photos posted to social media show passengers gathered together in the ship's atrium chanting 'We want a refund' while other irate passengers demand to speak to the captain.
Twitter user @NCLHell has been documenting troubles on the ship. The bio reads 'Traveled Norwegian Spirit 14 days to Hell Sept. 2019'
Facebook user Snowy Dey has shared her experience saying they were told multiple ports would be substituted, but the ship was unable to dock at the substituted ports as well. "In my opinion, this is a bait and switch ship. Passengers should be compensated for time and cost of the cruise, refunds for missed excursions, service charges and the difference in port charges."
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