ShoreSlayer wrote:Could you post this to the facebook and facebook photo groups as well? It'd be great to just flood them with gratitude like nothing they've ever seen
stoverkill wrote:I'm sure they don't get a whole lot of thank-yous from their normal passengers. In fact, I was eavesdropping on some crew members talking and it sounded like that on every other cruise, all they ever get is people complaining.
Let's show them some love and hopefully it will go a little ways towards making sure we get to do this again.
Show them that the metal community are amongst the CLASSIEST and COOLEST people they would ever hope to have on-board one of their ships!
gnoff wrote:My answer just arrived:
Thank you for contacting us about your cruise on the Majesty of the Seas. It is my pleasure to be handling your correspondence. Our primary goal is to provide relaxing, quality vacations. As we do our best to ensure that we fulfill our guests’ expectations, your compliments regarding the 70000 Tons of Metal cruise are truly appreciated. I am pleased that your time with us was so enjoyable. Thank you for sharing your positive impressions with us. Mr. Berglund, we are happy you chose to sail with us. We sincerely value your patronage and look forward to welcoming you and your friends on one of our ships again in the near future.
Fairly standard answer, but I hope they've read all our comments and share it with the guys concerned.
rhiawiz wrote:my letter was different!!!!
Thank you for contacting us about your cruise on the Majesty of the Seas. As a first time cruiser with Royal Caribbean, you are very important to us. Please accept my apology for not responding sooner.
Our shipboard team is committed to offering the best experience possible and we are truly grateful to receive your encouraging feedback. I am very happy to learn that you enjoyed the excellent and friendly service. Thank you for the time you have taken to share your impressions of the sailing. We will gladly pass along your generous compliments to the ship.
Ms. Wisniewski, we are so happy you chose to sail with us. We look forward to welcoming you on one of our ships again in the near future.
mouse farts wrote:Great idea! I wish I could find my receipts to see if they had names of servers on them. I know some of those servers were going 14 hours at least and were still smiling. The beer and following hangover erased the names from my memory. :(
Disaster Area wrote:mouse farts wrote:Great idea! I wish I could find my receipts to see if they had names of servers on them. I know some of those servers were going 14 hours at least and were still smiling. The beer and following hangover erased the names from my memory. :(
yeah, those cruise workers bust their asses for slave wages. Watched a special on CNBC about Holland America, showed the entire company behind the scenes on a cruise. It was fascinating. But those poor f'rs get paid absolute beans. The ships are all foreign registered so not subject to US labor and minimum wage law...
Aneak wrote:Also done, this was a great idea! Hopefully they'll want us back next year!
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