This is how the “nightmare passengers” end up on the ships. There is only one way out on the high seas
- Working on a cruise ship is not only fun. You can get used to many disadvantages, but unruly passengers can be a real pain for the crew
- “A woman yelled at me at Christmas just because her TV did not work,” admitted one of the women working on cruise ships
- Cabin arrests are the solution to the problem of disruptive passengers
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“You are basically in a huge floating mansion,” describe crew members and performers at cruise ships. Their memories were published on the British BBC website on the occasion of the premiere of the series “Wreck”, which is set on a cruise ship.
Working on such a ship is referred to by them as “brilliant but tiring”. They admit that they work seven days a week for two months. Of course, the biggest plus is visiting the most wonderful corners of the world. The disadvantages include, at least initially, seasickness and the need to learn to walk on a rocking ship through a rough sea. However, you can get used to it. You have to be able to deal with unruly passengers.
“Most of the guests are lovely, but around 5% can be a nightmare.” – admits singer Ana, who has performed on cruise ships for four years. “A woman yelled at me at Christmas just because her television was not working.” – he recalls. Ana has no original way of dealing with such visitors. She claims to be trying to be as professional as the situation allows.
Drunken are a huge problem on cruise ships passengers. Sam, who worked as a ship comedian for two years, shared a memory of how one of the ladies had to take advantage of toiletsbut she took care of her need in front of the stagewhere Sam performed.
How to control the “nightmarish passengers” in such a “floating residence”? The solution is the so-called cabin detention. People locked in them cannot leave them for several days, even when the ship calls into port. Usually these are their own cabins, so they complain about the lack of comfort, but they cannot go on deck, and they see the most beautiful corners of the world through a tiny porthole.
Many weeks are spent on a cruise ship, so it happens that people die on them. “There are rumors that if the kitchen produces delicious desserts, it is because they had to make more places in the cold store” Says Sam.
However, the “real” mortuaries on cruise ships, at least on the modern ones, are not a phenomenon. Nobody gets overboard. Even the “nightmare passengers”.
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