i was on adventure of the seas in september 2002 and we met a waiter by the name of simeon frank. he is from grenada. i was wondering how to find out if he is still on that ship or has changed. we are booked for the adventure march 21 2004 and october3 2004. if he is no longer on that ship i wouldn't hesitate to book whatever ship he is on. way above and beyond the expected service!
As a past employee of RCI I am and am sure that RCI is thrilled to hear that one of theirs made your vaction an experience like nothing on earth! The head office of royal Carribbean is in miami fl, if you call the main line I am quite sure that the reception will be able to find out.
They have an 800 # so it's even thier dime!
I called to see if the waiter I had would still be on board and they said they couldn't give me that information for security reasons. I understand but that's too bad. I hope he is still on board because he really made our trip.
As a past employee of RCCL, do crew members have internet access on the ship on their "off" time? or do they have to wait to get off the ship and go to internet cafes"
and do the crewmembers have a site where they talk/chat/get news? etc....
how would I communicate directly with a group of crew?
there are a few websites devoted to crew keeping in touch, but I have never been on to any of them. most crew keep in touch through personal email and the ever existing grapevine. ships are a small world and I always run into someone who knows someone or people from the past.
you always haver to remember that ships are very transient so younever know from contract to contract who will go who will stay...and who moves to another line or company.
all ships now have internet cafes, and they are well used by the crew during breaks and off time. keep in mind though that internet time at sea is still more expensive for crew than on land. there are many spots that dedicate thier buisness to being available to crrew members at a very reasonable rate.
hope this answers your questions