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Old March 12th, 2008, 05:12 PM
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Oceanmom says,

"The captain then went faster than normal in an attempt to get us to the next port with some time left to spend there. Many people spent that day seasick-my dh was one of them. He didn't complain, just dealt with it because he wanted the person taken care of. We had very little time in port but didn't complain because we wanted the person taken care of."

How magnanimous of you! NNOOOO no complaints from you!!! ****edited by moderator**** You didn't say how old the person was, but if it had been an eight year old girl would you feel differently?

I've said it before, and I'll say it once more in case you missed it. Sr. Citizens are the very lifeblood of the cruise industry. Regardless of how you feel, I assure you that Carnival Corp. which owns Holland America, Princess, Seabourn, Cunard, Costa and O&P, really doesn't want to alienate them.

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