This undated image from Cunard shows passengers on the Queen Mary 2 looking into a recycling bin in the waste-handling facility of the ship. Cunard is offering back of the house tours where passengers can look at areas that are normally off-limits to guests, from the galley to the engine room. The tours are among a number of new attractions and activities being offered onboard ships as the 2013 cruise season gets under way. (AP Photo/Cunard)
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