Do they swipe the Sea Pass like a debit card or just copy the cabin number off it?
If they swip it, no problem--just clear it off the system and issue a new one.
If they just copy the cabin number--ooopppss! Maybe they have an alert system; all charge stations get a daily listing of lost cards.
There's got to be some easy fix--I'm sure it happens all the time.
They swipe it; I suppose the best course of action is to ask RCL directly. You're right,
f-mattox, I'm sure there have been countless numbers who have lost their Sea Pass; there's got to be a contingency plan for such events.
Since the Sea Pass also acts as your on and off ship ID, it would be important to have a back up in the event of loss.
I have lost mine several times. They will close the folio and open a new account. It's no big deal. When you get your final listing of purchases it will be itemized on two folios. (the purser will ask you what the last purchase you made was to verify that someone has not used the lost sea pass before deacivating it.
Lucas is right. They do all purchases by folio number rather than cabin number. not all transactions are "swiped". For buying drinks on deck or in shows, the waiter will write down your folio number instead of swiping. Replacing the lost one with a new folio number eliminates anyone else charging on it.
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Originally posted by goin' cruisin':
A very similar question to that posed regarding the lost mug. What happens if a kid loses his sea pass? Or, in my cabernet bliss I am so swept away I misplace mine?
Perhaps you would want to refer to your post of "where to hide a thin piece of plastic" and start looking there. (I crack myself up, pun intended.)