You must have read that on the internet. Everything there is true. Especially the part about you being an idiot.
Next week there will be no shots of a big ship being towed. No frantic phone calls from first-time cruisers. Stories will be told of the heroic crew who made them comfortable as possible. On a slow news day Wolf...Blitzer...had...a ...chance...to...express his stupidity.
The older people all have modern devices. My bet is there is little to see. You can grill on deck, so dinner will look like a cookout. Lunch will look like your last family picnic but with a bigger family. I hope they figured out a way to prepare morning coffee, some people are grumpy until that second cup.
He will ask them: "Are you injured?" "Have you suffered any financial loss?" "Did you see the contract you signed which limits liability?" "Have they offered to compensate you in some way?" Is there something else I can help you with.
If you hike in the grand canyon, you have to bring it out with you! At least someone else is carrying the #$%$.
Put Americans in their positions and you get half the service for twice the pay. Thank God for those Philipinos, they keep the cruise price down and thank you for the opportunity. Every cruise line has Philipinos and they are among the best employees.
Sorry I could not resist the pun. She is the only one who has phoned-in her anxieties. My bet is most people will talk about "what troopers they are." Many will have great stories how the staff helped them every day. Regular cruisers will enjoy the next cruise for free!
Mardi Gras is over so New Orleans was ruled out too. By Easter you will not remember the name of this ship. Good buy on this pull-back.
We may never see them again. Carnival should give them a free cruise on Princess so there is a chance of them becoming customers again some day.