Posted July 11th, 2018, 05:56 PM
I have not gone on a cruise for a few years and am thinking of going next year. Over the years I have created a web site to make it easy for a specific roll call to keep track of members and organize activities. Is that still allowed?
Of course creating a website is allowed.
Whether you can put the link on Cruise Critic is an entirely different question. As per the previous response most people assume you would simply create an account on a social media platform. The most famous (or is it infamous?) of which you are banned from promoting on these boards, not even in your roll call.
Debarking is a cruel procedure done to dogs.
Upgrades, Upsellls and Move Over Offers are completely different things.
As are being denied boarding and being disembarked early.
And don't get me started on Port Charges vs. Government Taxes, Fees, and Port Expenses.
The Jones Act is for cargo. The PVSA is "that terrible law" that restricts USA domestic sailings. But without which there would likely be no cruise ships with casinos, duty free shops, and international crew members willing to work fantastically hard every single day.
Lots of people fly in the morning of the cruise and catch crazy early flights home. Why ask us if you can? Just to be harassed by the regulars?
No hotels have free shuttles, free breakfast, free wifi, or free parking. You pay in the rate. And could have found a better deal paying by the piece.
And don't forget: the cruise line is in complete control of the weather, political unrest, medical emergencies, and anything else that delays or re-routes your cruise. Be sure to demand compensation as it is you and only you who were affected.