Originally Posted by Aidan
, and using the same logic, banks can't be robbed because they require identification to take money out!
I don't understand this post. In the case of a cruise cabin safe (or, for that matter, a hotel room safe) having any
problem, there are the people who booked the cabin (that would be at least
one of us!), two security staff (one watches the other) , and
the Room Steward watching the safe be opened.
I don't find any
comparison to a bank robbery. The safe didn't work and we asked for help. They already knew who we were so we didn't have to provide ID
The Room Steward doesn't have any idea (or any time to figure it out!) what you've picked for the combination of your safe, and even if they did, they'd never risk their job for whatever is in a cabin safe.