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Old 09-14-2002, 06:39 AM
Sue Sue is offline
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Luggage overboard? If that was the case, why didn't anyone see it and recover it? Do you honestly think that these very dedicated employees of any cruise line would risk their jobs to do such a thing? Room stewards are "stiffed" repeatedly by patrons, but they very graciously accept it, knowing that people like ourselves, and many others, will try to make up for part of their loss. As far as people that you claim on Princess going to get tips removed, yes, it does happen, but not to the extent you are leading people to believe. We have sailed Princess on several occasions, and have a few more in the works. The people that sail on Princess generally are very generous tippers, and appreciate the quality of service that is given to them. They reward the people for the service. If you don't want to pay for the service, take some of the other cruise lines where you won't get top rate service.