Come on aLV -- you gotta tell us what she told the men not to do --- cuss, burp, pass gas, scratch your package, leave the toilet seat up, etc.????
OK! At the risk of being labelled "impropritious", I will tell u.
Imagine meeting a lady and treating her so, and then within the first 15
minutes of meting being told that, "Men are no good. Don't pee all over
the toilet seat."
being an English gent and then being told, "Britain is so small but there
are too many of you everywhere."
telling the chef, "Is that what you call lunch?" and completely ignoring
what was transpiring on the dive platform....
....just PLAIN NEGATIVITY, HIGH MAINTENANCE, ALL THE WHILE IGNORING
THINGS THAT WERE SAID ON THE SAFETY BRIEFING!!
Its just an utter and plain lack of tact and propriety towards people that you
don't know. Never a good thing on any boat with a few people. As you can
imagine people that perpetrate this feel an alienation. Regardless, it never
hurts to be civil but I think its beyond some people.
I can tell u that Jim and his staff were absolutely fantastic and had to work
overtime on that last trip because there were certain divers that most
definitely posed a safety hazard. Its one thing to go dive on a luxury
liveaboard, looking at corals and taking pictures of damselfish and another
to be diving with Tiger Sharks, Bull Sharks, Lemon Sharks and with bait.
The latter needs presence of mind; a lack of it will most likely cause accidents.