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Wrong info ruined my cruise and caused me to be disembarked.

Discussion in 'Royal Caribbean' started by Jay, Jan 28, 2016.

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  1. Patina

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    Moderators.....this scenario is so ludicrous it has to be a troll.
     
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    You're NOT GETTING IT!! Yes, I understand you asked about it beforehand. However, AFTER you learned you could not get a babysitter, you decided that your activities were more important than your child's safety. THAT IS THE PROBLEM!! Your decision after you found out you couldn't get a babysitter.

    And your decision that it was safe to leave the child alone in that room for several hours was simply WRONG.
     
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  3. Jay

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    Like I mentioned if I did not care about safety at all I would not have voluntarily enquired for babysitters and list it as important in the very first place.

    I am not wealthy and I had to have the business or casino to get money which is needed for many things, food for example. Is not food for the child as important as her safety ?
     
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    At this point, as a moderator, I'm shutting this thread down. There is nothing that can or should be done to help @Jay. He is refusing to listen to anything anyone is saying and is only trying to justify his reprehensible decisions.
     
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    This should be reported to the authorities. It has to be a sick joke.
     
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  6. Grant Ritchie

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    Jay,

    Whether you're right or wrong, you came to us for advice, and here it is:

    If you wish to appeal to Royal Caribbean, here's how.

    First, complete and submit the "Contact us" form you'll find here:


    Give them a week to get back to you. If they don't or you don't like what they have to say, escalate your appeal to the executives you'll find listed here:


    Send short, polite emails to, one at a time, with a week between each, the Primary Contact, Secondary Contact and Chief Executive.

    Grant Ritchie
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