Cruise ships have their own morgues.  Roughly 200 people die on cruise ships each year, especially on those that carry a lot of seniors, so most ships have a small morgue on board and are prepared to store up to 10 bodies.  (, , )
Risk-taking is contagious.  Studies show you’re more likely to take a risk on something if you see someone else do it first, even if you don’t know the outcome of their choice.  (, , )