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Old May 3rd, 2010, 12:49 AM
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I was on Liberty last December and we had some neighbors from hell. They were always coming back to there room drunk and loud, all hours of the day. One afternoon they were in the hallway being very loud for about 15 minutes, so I got out my video camera, opened my door and started filming them. They started giggling and thought it was funny, until I told them to watch for themselves on youtube. Then they ran into their cabin, and we never heard from them the remainder of the trip.
I really like Popeye's solution. I wish I had thought about it on last week's cruise on the Fantasy where our neighbors smoked in three interior cabins and wanted to share the great experience so they kept their doors open as they moved back and forth among the three cabins.
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Newleyweds she was 20 he was 60+, he had some type of gas problem,the door would open quickly and WHOOSH, and woosh and the door would close. you never went out for 5min.Ithink he was trying to be louder than the ships horn . We only really saw them 2x in a 7day cruise
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If she was 20 and he was 60ish, maybe all the little blue pills he had to take to keep up was working on his stomach, as I've heard one of the side effects of these blue pills is stomach problems!!
Poor guy--getting himself worked up along with working up a gas storm too!!
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Great ideas in case we need them. We leave in three days! My husband will have fun telling noisey people he just got out of prison and wouldn't care if had to go back....
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On my recently completed Liberty cruise I experienced the quietest cruise of my life. Of course it was my first non-spring break/summer cruise. The ship was relatively quiet, no mass ice cream spillage on the deck, no unsupervised kids jumping on me in the hot tub, no kids pushing ALL the deck buttons on the elevators and no kids running/screaming in the hallways. The weather was perfect too. From now on it's a cruise on May 1.
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That does sound nice...I too like to go either before spring break or after, always great weather and a nice cruise expierence.
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I can agree that the neighbors who think they need total silence at all times, the sound of a shutting door is intolerable or if someone "actually" speaks in the hall is an invasion of their privacy. These people can be as bad or worse than someone who makes too much noise.

You are on a cruise and having some fun and there will be some noise. If each party has some respect and tolerance then cruising will be much more enjoyable.
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One cruise we had some bad balcony neighbors. They were always smoking, talking, yelling and peeking around our balcony. One time we were sunbathing on our balcony and they kept on looking over at us. They would go out onto their balcony and smoke cigarettes one after another, creating a huge cloud of smoke that would blow right into our balcony, and make a lot of noise. We knew just when they were on their balcony, because we could hear their door slam and then there would be a huge cloud of smoke that would blow into our balcony followed by loud talking & yelling. Then they would start peeking into our balcony, followed by laughing & joking. We then were forced to go back into our cabin. The next morning I would have to pick up their cigarttte butts off my deck. I did see them once and asked them not to throw cigaretts over the side and to keep the noise down in the late hours but ??? I complained, but we don't believe that they were spoken to by the Hotel Management because they did it all through that cruise. They were just rude people.
Regarding the cig butts on the balcony. I would certainly see the concern for fire with this behavior and make certain photos were taken and several reports made to GSO and Safety OFFICERS!--the ones in white uniforms.

On our Alaska sailing there was a morning where I woke up early and spotted whales near the ship. I open the door and call for Liz to come see.
I must have yelled to her because the neighbors came out and yelled back to be quiet!! The neighbor then demanded that we not smoke and that it was not permitted.

Liz keeps a glass of water around for her cig butts.

We've had loud kids and loud adults over the years and no doubt a few times we could have been loud ourselves. (Shhhh Scurvy!)

Like Mike said we all just have to have some respect and tolerance.

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...One trick I pulled not too long ago on three ladies who were in an inside across the hall from us--they would come in every night 1-2 a.m loudly talking, drunk, taking forever getting the door open--guess they were too drunk to hit the slot with the card and then be up for an hour carrying on.
Then of course they wanted to sleep all day. After about the 2-3rd night, I started getting even--l always get up early --I'd go to a house phone and dial their number and wake them up--ask for Fred, Where's Bill, are you guys ready yet, etc etc. Felt good to get a little revenge !! :evil: I finally had to ask them if they could please not be quite so loud when they came in as it disturbed all the others around them. They did quieten down somewhat.
I cured one couple once from door slamming late at night--every night they would come in around 1-2 a.m., loudly slam the cabin door, slam the balcony door, talk loud, etc. Finally one night when they started I got up, went to our cabin door, opened it as far as it would go, slammed it as hard as I could, ran to the balcony door, did the same, hollered, yelled,etc slammed drawers, back to the front door, back to the balcony door, etc. made about a half dozens passes doing this-- never heard them slam a door from that point on. Sometimes you just have to get people's attention. ;-)
I had to laugh at these two incidents. The first one of calling the room while the offenders were sleeping sounds like something I would do myself.
The second one made me picture a series of cruisers doing this. First the initial offenders slamming doors and yelling. Then you slamming doors and yelling. The the cabin on the other side of your cabin slamming doors and yelling... and on and on and on, all the way down the hallway.
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Maybe we should segregate the door slammers from the non-slammers , kind of like the smokers and non-smokers. Could have a special section for slammers and when people booked, they would be asked " do you prefer the slamming or non- slamming " section ??
Bet it wouldn't be long till security would have to show up in force to break up fights on the slamming section !! ;-)
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Oh Ron,
What an excellent idea and too funny!
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Ron, Wow, I hope I'm never your neighbor! I can't believe you'd waste all that negative energy with getting back at your neighbors!! I'm also surprised that Cruise Mates lets you be a moderator with your insults! To say that someone was wealthy enough to have doors at home-where do you get off being so high and mighty? So someone slams a door-get over it! Maybe it was their 1st cruise and they didn't realize they were next door to the neighbors from hell. Get a life.
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Maybe we should segregate the door slammers from the non-slammers , kind of like the smokers and non-smokers. Could have a special section for slammers and when people booked, they would be asked " do you prefer the slamming or non- slamming " section ??
Bet it wouldn't be long till security would have to show up in force to break up fights on the slamming section !! ;-)
The "slamming door" problem isn't always the cruiser's fault . I try my best not to "slam", but sometimes the air currents are "weird" and the door slams before I can catch it :eek: ! It's especially a problem if someone in the cabin has the balcony door open! Then you get a tornado effect PLUS the slam! Yikes !
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VTJean, I think Ron was being facetious, with his comments...and just a fyi..Ron is not a moderator...btw..welcome to Cruismates!
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VTJean, First of all I'm not a moderator or anything else on this site--just a plain old dummy who knows that you should have a little respect for your fellow passengers when you come and go from your cabin, especially late at night, the same as you should have at a hotel when you come and go late at night, that you shouldn't belch, pass gas , pick your nose, etc. at the table. I don't give a tinkers damn what the other passengers do--they paid their fare and as long as they don't screw with me they won't have a problem. But when I pay my fare, I have certain rights and expectations too--such as being able to get a halfway decent night's sleep without some idiot keeping me up or waking me up every night coming in drunk slamming, yelling. etc. at 1-2 a.m. Maybe you haven't been on a cruise or maybe you've been on dozens--who knows or who cares-- but cabins in a ship are close, small and regardless of what you read , think or hear, the walls are fairly thin.
Regarding being so high and mighty,I wasn't born with a sliver spoon and grew up very poor in Ky. But we did have several things going for us. We were taught by honest, hard working parents right from wrong, good manners and how to conduct ourselves in a honorable way. Yes, we had a door on our shack. We were taught not to slam it.
If you want to talk high and mighty, get you donkey off your own high horse and read the humor that's in most of these posts.
Were you and I to be neighbors on a cruise, you might find that I would be one of the best neighbors you ever bunked next to or if you started acting like what you seem to be, you and I would probably have a problem right away.
I have a life--have a good life-- grew up being taught how to act, how to work and succeed, that traveling is fun and being something other than a wise ass is important.
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I think I know what we are all trying to say, I see it everyday while at work. I work in a large grocery store and while the majority of the customers do show common courtesy, there are others that lack it. I just think, more need to think about others around them all the time, not just cruising, but in general. These same people who let their door slam, most likely act like that at home....
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Donna is exactly right and is just an example of what I was trying to point out. Most people conduct themselves in a decent manner but there's always those who for whatever reason,just have to act like they are oblivious to the other people around them and don't care what kind of problem they are creating. Fern is also right in that sometimes a door will slam accidentally--I've had it happen to me--leave the balcony door open, the wind can rush through like a tunnel and slam the door before you can catch it. These are common accidents--but accidents don't happen each and every time you come and go in / out the door, especially late at night.Drunks don't come in accidentally each night 2-3 a.m. loudly talking. slamming, fighting, yelling at each other , etc.
Most people who read and are on this site are people who have cruised before, conduct themselves in a considerate manner, etc, and I would be happy to be neighbors on a cruise or anywhere else with any of them.
Unfortunately, and it's very plain to anyone who will take the time to look, that people are becoming more and more inconsiderate of others, whether asea or afloat, and more consumed with the " it's all about me " thing.
Happy sails to all, happy slamming to the slammers in the slamming section and to the one or two who may have thought I was serious about some being wealthy enough to afford doors, it was intended as humor--you know-- not serious-- like on the funny side , etc.
Now I've got to saddle my high horse and ride off to Walmart to buy some fancy clothes to wear to a funeral tomorrow.
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I agree - most people just forget that there are so many other people around.

One of the common problems is when you have a tour group speaking another language in close proximity. For some reason people just don't interpret a foreign language as something people to listen to - and they'll walk right into the middle of the crowd and start talking in English really loud.

Then you get the foreigners (Asians, Russians - usually people who speak no English) just looking at them like "wha....?"

I often shoosh my wife when we are just walking along cruise ship hallways because she will shout out to me to slow down from a distance. She just forgets it is like a dormitory where people are right behind thin walls and trying to nap or whatever.

I have only had to ask strangers to quiet down once, and it was a situation where there were friends sharing a group of cabins who all left their doors open and partied between all the rooms. It would start at midnight sometimes, but they were noisy all the time.

NOw - Miami South Beach hotels - you are bound to get noise problems there.

In any case, I ALWAYS travel with ear plugs.
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On our last cruise the people in the adjacent cabin spent the first night partying on their balcony to a very late hour - or I guess I should say an early hour. It disrupted our sleep and I was thinking "oh great, 7 more nights of this". But that was the only night they did it, and they were mostly quiet the rest of the cruise.

I am perhaps more sensitive since I spent years at sea in the Navy and knew to respect the quiet of the berthing areas.

Actually the worst neighbors we've ever had weren't all neighbors. I have learned there is a bad side to booking a Carnival cabin too close to the laundromats. On the Carnival Pride in 2002 the laundromat was directly across from our cabin. A family group was aboard and they all descended on the laundry one evening and essentially set up camp. Men had brought chairs from their cabins and were lining the passageway, drinking beer and having a block party while the woman had the laundry door open and were carrying on as they took over the place and were washing, drying, ironing, folding, etc. I half suspected that if I showed up with a bundle of dirty clothes they would have took it and given me a receipt. It was really outrageous. The housekeeping manager and security eventually showed up and broke up the party.
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Dave,
Its a shame that housekeeping/security had to come and end the party....They do have public areas on the ship for such parties, don't people realize, some like to get some sleep and start their next day early???
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Donna,

I have to say I was dumbfounded when it happened. If they had pulled out a charcoal grill and started barbecuing chicken in the hallway I wouldn't have been surprised. They were totally oblivious.
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Oh my, Dave! We just had something similar happen! We were on the Conquest about 3 cabins across and down from the laundromat. There were often people doing laundry with their friend's standing outside. They really weren't especially noisy (talking in normal tones), but our cabin door seemed to be made of cardboard! One afternoon I washed a load of clothes and heard the washer quit :eek:!

We were on deck 9 and we could hear (very clearly) the band playing on deck 3 (lobby).

BBQing! Good one!
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Just once. We had some next door neighbors once who must have been very religious. The woman kept yelling,,,"Oh God",,,,"Oh God".

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We have neighbours at home where the guy has some sort of complaint that makes him very sensitive to the slightest noise(of his choosing) we had to re-home our parrot due to him, he complains about a small wind chime that tinkles sometimes, goes berserk(literally) if the dogs bark more than once or twice. Oddly though if he has a party until the small hours with shouting &(false) laughter it doesn't seem to bother him, as don't the firework displays at various time like NY Eve....Once when he complained I told him I get the last laugh as I sometimes pee in his pool....I don't, but he doesn't know that & I bet every time he has a swim he wonders.....
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One reason I bought a house sitting on a 5 acre lot - I have no neighbors close enough for me to bother them, or for them to bother me. It's a pain to have to mow the largest lot in the sub-division but I think it is worth it.
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On our first cruise the peole next door were out on the balcony smoking pot. They didn't try to hide it at all and knew we were sitting out on our balcony as well. At one point the guy looked over at us and said"want some"?
We really didn't care and they never got out of hand and were pretty quiet. However we did hear alot of room servive at 2:00 am.
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One reason I bought a house sitting on a 5 acre lot - I have no neighbors close enough for me to bother them, or for them to bother me. It's a pain to have to mow the largest lot in the sub-division but I think it is worth it.
Got ya beat Dave. I can only see my neighbors by using binoculars. I'm very serious. It's also so quiet I can tell who is driving down the road by the sound of the tires and gravel.
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We have been lucky. Only once the cabin next to our had a couple and a little boy, that cried all the time, I mean allllll the time.
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Usually if you get heavy partiers....it is just the first night....they "blow it out" the first night and nurse a severe hangover the rest of the cruise.
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