How likely (or legal) is it for a crew member on a ship to have a relationship with a passenger?

Say, it was one of those long 3 months ones. Would it be possible for a member of the ship's crew to have a relationship with a passenger? Would they get deported or just have to leave their loved one behind? I'm not talking Titanic when I say that, but would the crew member have the time or access, or legality in a contract for the job to do it? And what position would be most suitable (officer, or perhaps dining room attendant...) for this to occur?

Asked By: ★Stellify Me☆ - 7/12/2009
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Well... the formal answer is that it is against company policy and the employee is subject to immediate dismissal and being put off the ship at the next port... More
Answered By: Kenito - 7/12/2009
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well honestly they really dont talk to you... More
Answered By: teeth-are-rad - 7/12/2009
Crew members are NOT supposed to do this, and can be fired. However, it does occasionally happen anyway.
Answered By: Mary L - 7/12/2009
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