California Man Gets 21 Months For Selling Drugs On Cruise Ship

California Man Gets 21 Months For Selling Drugs On Cruise ShipA man from California was meted a reduced 21-month jail-term after admitting he sold illegal drugs on-board a cruise ship last February. U.S. District Court Judge Curtis Gomez in the United States Virgin Island found Steven Barry Krumholz to his pending drug case in his sala. To get the lower sentence, Krumholz admitted selling ecstasy, methamphetamine and ketamine to fellow passengers on board the Allure of the Seas last February.

The accused made the admission during his arraignment last July. It was learned that if the accused, a resident of West Hollywood did not plead guilty to his crime he could faced as much as 20 years in prison for his crime.The Allure of the Seas is a cruise ship owned and operated by Royal Caribbean International.

Together with her sister ship, Oasis of the Seas, she holds the record for the largest p assenger ship ever constructed, although the Allure is 50 millimetres (2.0 in) longer than the Oasis, making her technically the largest despite the fact that both ships have identical superstructures.