You guys still call passengers cones? What line are you on?
We did that 12 years ago. In case anyone is wondering it isn't that perjorative, it is derived from "coneheads" because the most common question you ask a passenger is "where are you from" and no matter what they say, it sounds like Mr Conehead saying "We are from France" in that monotone voice.
Anyway - American Pride is right. And so is Emma. Think about it, women want "relationships" and men want "encounters" thereforem the woemn on board want to hook up with someone on the crew, while the men on board will date the passengers.
Yes, it happens, a lot. When I was single, I did both, but mostly passengers.