If you are a cruiser like me, who likes to spend time at the Lido deck pool, we probably share the same pet peeve. Chair hogs! We’ve all seen it and some of us have even been guilty of it, but if Carnival has their way the chair hog will be not only on the endangered species list, but extinct.
It seems they have recently rolled out an anti-chair-hog initiative on the Carnival Breeze. Onboard the Breeze the deck crew has been instructed to keep an eye out for unoccupied seats being saved. Upon spotting a lounger fitting the criteria, the deck hand is supposed to mark the seat in question, with a notification sticker. If the marked chair remains empty for 40 minutes after being marked with that notification sticker, those belongings will be removed and the chair opened back up.
So far the Carnival Breeze is the only ship to have implemented this anti-hog program but it may be expanded to the cruise lines other ships. While the policies enforced with this program aren’t new, active systemized enforcement of the policy is new. So far passengers have responded positively, which will hopefully expedite it’s migration to the rest of the Carnival Cruise Line fleet.
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