Originally Posted by venice
Manuel..many of us on this board value your input..you appear to have a Masters in Common Sense from the University of International Life
in the cruise business some consumers folks balk at paying for certain ammenities on the ship.the cruiseline marketing pitch over the years has set that expectation.it makes one take a second look at some of the perceived high cost (but all inclusive) premium lines as a very good value for your $$$...it's a fine balancing act that I am sure will work itself out...
Thanks for your compliment.
And I do have to agree that things will work out in the end.
I just hope that cruiselines don't lose a lot of custumers before that happens.