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Just decided to book a last minute cruise for Friday on the Celebration - I love that I can book a 2 day and be back before the school week starts again - Anyways if you need to know anything please post here and I will try my best to figure it out for you
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Change that to we are leaving Tuesday - Totally forgot I had plans for Saturday with Girl Scouts - Thankfully when I called they said they could change it without fee since I had just booked it an hour before
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What are you doing in Freeport?
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If it's raining staying on the boat since we have been to Freeport before if not raining gonna hop a taxi and go to thus great little conch shack near the marketplace
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DONT DO IT!!! i've been trying to get a call back from a manager or someone of power since SATURDAY. this is my recept expierence:
My husband and I booked a 2 day 3 night cruiseto the Bahamas for May 12th- May 14th out of the Port ofPalm Beach Florida. We arrived about 6 hours prior to the ships disembark timeand sat through a 2 hour time share presentation. After this presentation weare sent to the front of the registration line to complete our registration. Weprovided our original birth certificate and a picture I.D., we were given ourship ID cards and were brought onto the boat. This was around 11am. We wanderedthe ship, and after being harassed quite aggressively by servers who spoke NO Englishwe purchased a drink package and overpriced cups to drink them out of. We wereboth about 2 drinks in when the manager knocked on our cabin door. After THREEHOURS of being aboard the ship, spending money & drinking alcohol I wastold that my license was expired. Instead of having us pack our belonging comfortably,the manager proceeded to lock our cabin door OPEN and stood over us while sherushed us to re-pack what we just spend a half hour unpacking. The manager saidthey had been debating for HOURS if my ID was in fact expired, so she willinglyadmitted they left us aboard this ship to spend a bunch of money and consume alcoholknowing they were possibly going to be removing me from it. After that, she proceedsto tell me I can renew my license online and the woman at the check-in counterwould walk me through the steps to do so. The website took $20 and it wasn’tthe official Florida DMV website, it was a knock-off website selling a bogus ‘licensehow-to’ manual, NOT the correct website to renew my drivers license. I’ve YETto receive my refund from that company. Then my husband and I had to sit in theparking lot because we were tipsy from the drinks we consumed. After finallymaking it home Saturday afternoon, I proceeded to reach out to ANYONE to talkto about this horribly unprofessional experience but was told no managers werenow on site. I left a detailed message and have YET to receive a call back. Notonly was the staff obviously unable to do their job correctly, they were rude,lacked empathy or understanding and threatened to have my husband arrestedbecause we were explaining our situation with fellow passengers. We should haveNEVER BEEN ALOUD ON THIS SHIP. Not only did we waste money that we have yet to receiveback, but we were put in danger when being allowed to consume alcoholic drinks andthen being forced to drive back home. Word of mouth is the best advertisement anyone can have. The woman’sname who let me aboard the ship was Lauren, she has dyed red/brown hair and iswhite skinned: this employee doesn’t know how to do her job. If she had doneher job correctly I would’ve gone home safely without drinking anything. I amso very distraught over this entire situation and the company has done nothingto reach back out to me, no one even apologized to me at the port.

you get what you pay for
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First I have been on this boat before and never had an issue nor has anyone else that I have known - time share presentations is a choice that you make its not forced

Second this sounds like it was your fault to begin with - You should have not tried getting on the ship with an expired license - This is YOUR fault not the ship's fault they can't control the fact that you decided to try and get on the ship and leave the company with invalid identification - granted they should not have let you on the ship to begin with but perhaps they were trying to be nice and let you get on but then they realized they could get in trouble who knows why they let you on the ship either way in the future i strongly suggest that you have proper identification before trying to get on a cruise ship
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#8
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Originally posted by thedaniels35710
DONT DO IT!!! i've been trying to get a call back from a manager or someone of power since SATURDAY. this is my recept expierence:
My husband and I booked a 2 day 3 night cruiseto the Bahamas for May 12th- May 14th out of the Port ofPalm Beach Florida. We arrived about 6 hours prior to the ships disembark timeand sat through a 2 hour time share presentation. After this presentation weare sent to the front of the registration line to complete our registration. Weprovided our original birth certificate and a picture I.D., we were given ourship ID cards and were brought onto the boat. This was around 11am. We wanderedthe ship, and after being harassed quite aggressively by servers who spoke NO Englishwe purchased a drink package and overpriced cups to drink them out of. We wereboth about 2 drinks in when the manager knocked on our cabin door. After THREEHOURS of being aboard the ship, spending money & drinking alcohol I wastold that my license was expired. Instead of having us pack our belonging comfortably,the manager proceeded to lock our cabin door OPEN and stood over us while sherushed us to re-pack what we just spend a half hour unpacking. The manager saidthey had been debating for HOURS if my ID was in fact expired, so she willinglyadmitted they left us aboard this ship to spend a bunch of money and consume alcoholknowing they were possibly going to be removing me from it. After that, she proceedsto tell me I can renew my license online and the woman at the check-in counterwould walk me through the steps to do so. The website took $20 and it wasn’tthe official Florida DMV website, it was a knock-off website selling a bogus ‘licensehow-to’ manual, NOT the correct website to renew my drivers license. I’ve YETto receive my refund from that company. Then my husband and I had to sit in theparking lot because we were tipsy from the drinks we consumed. After finallymaking it home Saturday afternoon, I proceeded to reach out to ANYONE to talkto about this horribly unprofessional experience but was told no managers werenow on site. I left a detailed message and have YET to receive a call back. Notonly was the staff obviously unable to do their job correctly, they were rude,lacked empathy or understanding and threatened to have my husband arrestedbecause we were explaining our situation with fellow passengers. We should haveNEVER BEEN ALOUD ON THIS SHIP. Not only did we waste money that we have yet to receiveback, but we were put in danger when being allowed to consume alcoholic drinks andthen being forced to drive back home. Word of mouth is the best advertisement anyone can have. The woman’sname who let me aboard the ship was Lauren, she has dyed red/brown hair and iswhite skinned: this employee doesn’t know how to do her job. If she had doneher job correctly I would’ve gone home safely without drinking anything. I amso very distraught over this entire situation and the company has done nothingto reach back out to me, no one even apologized to me at the port.

you get what you pay for
From their website


U.S. Citizens: All U.S. citizens must have valid proof of citizenship. While a passport is highly recommended, passengers can travel with an original birth certificate issued by a U.S. government agency (not from a hospital) and a valid government issued photo ID, in place of passport.Passport cards and enhanced driver’s licenses are also acceptable forms of documentation.


And you got on with an expired ID.....If you would have read the criteria BEFORE you booked, then you would have known that. IF you realized after you booked that it was expired, well then, .........you might have to cancel or rebook until you have valid ID.
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First post, long misspelled rant. Why does this seem so familiar?
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Originally posted by myfuzzy
From their website


U.S. Citizens: All U.S. citizens must have valid proof of citizenship. While a passport is highly recommended, passengers can travel with an original birth certificate issued by a U.S. government agency (not from a hospital) and a valid government issued photo ID, in place of passport.Passport cards and enhanced driver’s licenses are also acceptable forms of documentation.


And you got on with an expired ID.....If you would have read the criteria BEFORE you booked, then you would have known that. IF you realized after you booked that it was expired, well then, .........you might have to cancel or rebook until you have valid ID.
In my opinion they should lose their money its not the cruise ships fault for what happened and they should not have to lose money because of someone's stupidity of trying to leave the country with invalid id
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The first mistake was the guest who did not have proper identification. The second mistake was the cruise line employee/contractor who did not detect the problem before allowing the guest to board the ship. The third mistake was the cruise line employee who sounds like they were unnecessarily impolite in handling the situation. The identification rule is a US government requirement. The cruise line has no say in that. They MUST enforce the requirement. But they (cruise line) should be considerate of the guest in all cases and does share a portion of the blame for allowing the guest to board without proper id.
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ya'll obviously dont understand why i'm upset.. the company messed up by LETTING ME ON THE BOAT. PERIOD. because of their inability to do their job i got drunk and spent money that i HAVEN'T BEEN REIMBURSED FOR. that's their fault, not mine. yes my id was expired, but i should've not been aloud on the boat period. all they care about is taking your money. the dmv website they had me go on way a fake, way unprofessional.
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Originally posted by gpw45
The first mistake was the guest who did not have proper identification. The second mistake was the cruise line employee/contractor who did not detect the problem before allowing the guest to board the ship. The third mistake was the cruise line employee who sounds like they were unnecessarily impolite in handling the situation. The identification rule is a US government requirement. The cruise line has no say in that. They MUST enforce the requirement. But they (cruise line) should be considerate of the guest in all cases and does share a portion of the blame for allowing the guest to board without proper id.
Gordon
that's why i'm upset. they're job was to make sure everything was legit before letting me on the boat. they didn't want to own up to their mistake and rather shifted ALL of it on me. I'm taking blame for having an expired ID, did i know at the time no, should i have checked yes. But they messed up by letting me on the boat period. getting me drunk and then kicking me off.
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Did you drive to the ship with your expired ID? Did you drive away from the ship while drunk? Perhaps you're lucky not to be in jail.
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Originally posted by Langoustine
Did you drive to the ship with your expired ID? Did you drive away from the ship while drunk? Perhaps you're lucky not to be in jail.
they're job was to make sure everything was legit before letting me on the boat. they didn't want to own up to their mistake and rather shifted ALL of it on me. I'm taking blame for having an expired ID, did i know at the time no, should i have checked yes. But they messed up by letting me on the boat period. getting me drunk and then kicking me off.
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Originally posted by thedaniels35710
i got drunk and spent money that i HAVEN'T BEEN REIMBURSED FOR. that's their fault, not mine.
Negative you chose to get drunk and spend that money and you should not be reimbursed for that

You also chose to show up at the port with an expired driver's licenses - I mean seriously what traveler does not know that you need valid ID to travel on a cruise ship

You are doing nothing but blaming them for stuff that is your fault and you should really take responsibility for your part in this
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I had a lovely time on the 5/12 cruise. You always need to show up to the dock with proper documentation.
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Yes, the guest made in a mistake and has accepted responsibility for that. (I doubt that they CHOSE to show up with expired ID). Cruise lines sometimes contract our the check-in. So either the cruise line or the contractor failed to detect the required ID was expired. And the cruise line employee should have been more polite. The responsibility for problems 2 and 3 lie with employees. The cruise line should respond with at least an apology for the second and third issues.

I know I won't make the first mistake. I have a passport that is valid until 2025. But if there is any incident on board, I want to be sure that the cruise staff will be courteous.
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Originally posted by gpw45
Yes, the guest made in a mistake and has accepted responsibility for that. (I doubt that they CHOSE to show up with expired ID). Cruise lines sometimes contract our the check-in. So either the cruise line or the contractor failed to detect the required ID was expired. And the cruise line employee should have been more polite. The responsibility for problems 2 and 3 lie with employees. The cruise line should respond with at least an apology for the second and third issues.

I know I won't make the first mistake. I have a passport that is valid until 2025. But if there is any incident on board, I want to be sure that the cruise staff will be courteous.
Gordon
They have not taken responsibility she keeps screaming about it being a scam and that it's all their fault and really there are 2 sides to every story who knows what her and her husband did or said in their drunken stupor for the staff to act the way they did I mean I have been on my fair share of cruises and I have never seen the staff act rude towards guests even when the guests are being total a$$holes so my guess is that they were drunk and being rude to cause such action from the staff
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Originally posted by bnorris10
They have not taken responsibility she keeps screaming about it being a scam and that it's all their fault and really there are 2 sides to every story who knows what her and her husband did or said in their drunken stupor for the staff to act the way they did I mean I have been on my fair share of cruises and I have never seen the staff act rude towards guests even when the guests are being total a$$holes so my guess is that they were drunk and being rude to cause such action from the staff
Exactly.
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