What I personally think ALL cruise lines should do is --- throw out ALL rules and policies
unless they intend to enforce the ones they have. Example, hogging deck chairs by the pool, having the kids go to the show lounge an hour early to save a row of seats, etc.
Either enforce the ones they have, or don't have any period.
Re: Re: Re: What Carnival "RULES" would U toss Ove
Clearly the one not allowing passengers to bring soda and bottled water onboard. However, it appears that the uproar that has already arisen has caused them to rethink this directive. I understand and agree that passengers wheeling on cases of liquids, alcoholic or non-alcoholic, is unseemly, but reasonable amounts for personal convenience or reflecting personal tastes, rather than to beat the cruiseline out of revenue, ought to be allowed.
Re: Re: Re: Re: What Carnival "RULES" would U toss
We have spoken on the boards and CCL has listened. They are backing away from that rule. Are these boards the sole reason? No, but believe it, they do read these boards and take note of which way the wind is blowing.
Re: Re: What Carnival "RULES" would U toss Overboa
After reading over and over that Carnival doesnt allow alcohol and sodas to be brought on board, I called CCL and asked them. They said they DO allow one bottle of Champagne or Wine and they DO allow sodas and bottled water. I pointed out to CCL that their website doesnt reflect this information. It says just the opposite!!