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New York Sen. Charles Schumer is calling on the cruise ship industry to adopt a "bill of rights" to guarantee passengers certain protections while aboard their ships.
The New York Democrat says Sunday he'll be asking industry leaders to voluntarily adopt the guidelines which include guarantees that ships have sanitary conditions, back-up power, medical staff and other standard procedures.
Schumer's plan would also include the right to a full refund if a trip is abruptly canceled due to mechanical problems.
In the past two months at least three ships carrying U.S. passengers on cruises have experienced problems, including power failures.
The senator is also calling on the Secretary of State to negotiate with countries that host cruise ships U.S. passengers use to adopt the rights.