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Enhanced muster drill

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On second thought, this seems like a bright spot for processes going forward.  Deserves its own topic 🙂

 

Muster procedures may be a lot more tolerable going forward, per this article. Developed by RCI, but looks like NCLH will share in this development.  To me this seems good in general, but very helpful with social distancing on board ship for this mandatory process at least.

 

https://www.travelweekly.co.uk/articles/380487/royal-caribbean-updates-outdated-muster-process

 

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I am thrilled with this new procedure.  After 70 odd cruises I loathed attending the muster drills, which always seemed like a ‘hurry-up and wait’ exercise.   In the last few years Celebrity seemed to have the most disorganized drills.   I am looking forward to seeing how the new procedure works when we cruise on the Splendor next March.  

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