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Old February 20th, 2014, 08:48 PM
Bruce Chafkin1 Bruce Chafkin1 is offline
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Many of the cruise lines try to do this in order control crowding, long lines, and guest complaints in the terminal and onboard our ships.

But since we market primarily to the ME, ME, ME Generation, there is no hope of passengers being considerate enough to assist in making this work.

Many of the passengers are convinced that they can "eat their money's worth" on a cruise and cannot resist standing in a long line to get that first free meal.

The smarter passengers take their time, have a leisurely lunch away from the ship, and then stroll into the check-in areas when there are no lines and their cabins are ready.
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