However, sometimes when you go overboard with $20,000 International lavish cruises you're bound to raise some questions of where you got your money from, reports The Chive.
The girls were stopped by Australian authorities after being tipped off by the Canadian Border Service Agency and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security for being high-risk travellers.
Australia’s Border Agents, Federal Police and search dogs boarded the MS Sea Princess in search of drugs.
They definitely found some: 200 pounds of cocaine in the suitcases of Isabelle, Melina and a 63-year-old man named André Tamine (who has yet to be tied to the two girls), totaling an estimated $30.5 million.
It was the largest seizure from a cruise ship in Australian history. The maximum sentence for their crime is life in prison.