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Just read that Royal is considering bringing back self-serve in the Windjammer.

Want to get consensus/opinions on it. Yea/Nay

I vote Nay; I like that the crew is doing the serving. I've seen to many not washing hands, using the serving utensils in multiple dishes (possible contamination), picking up food with their hands, or picking it up then deciding that they didn't want it and put it back; to name just a few.  

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3 minutes ago, barjpoe said:

Just read that Royal is considering bringing back self-serve in the Windjammer.

Want to get consensus/opinions on it. Yea/Nay

I vote Nay; I like that the crew is doing the serving. I've seen to many not washing hands, using the serving utensils in multiple dishes (possible contamination), picking up food with their hands, or picking it up then deciding that they didn't want it and put it back; to name just a few.  

Sorry!

Delete the above entry! I thought there was somewhere to edit

What I wanted to ask what are the meanings of the different Alert Codes we hear on the ship.

I know ALPHA, ALPHA  is for Medical emergencies.

Sounds like BRAVO, BRAVO is for Ship related problems

Are there others?

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Try this link:

https://yourmileagemayvary.net/2020/10/11/the-travel-emergency-codes-that-youre-not-supposed-to-know-about/

Cruise Ships

  • 30-30 – maintenance needed to clean up a mess
  • Alpha (specifically Alpha, Alpha, Alpha on Princess and Royal Caribbean ships) – medical emergency
  • Alpha Team, Alpha Team, Alpha Team – fire emergency on a Carnival Cruise Line ship
  • Bravo or Bravo, Bravo, Bravo – fire
  • Charlie – bomb threat
  • Charlie, Charlie, Charlie – security threat on Royal Caribbean ships
  • Code Blue – medical emergency
  • Code Red – outbreak of illness
  • Delta – damage to the ship on Norwegian Cruise Line
  • Delta, Delta, Delta – possible bio-hazard
  • Echo – the ship is starting to drift
  • Echo, Echo, Echo – possible collision with another ship or the shore on Royal Caribbean ships. On other ships it can mean danger of high winds while at port.
  • Kilo (specifically Kilo, Kilo, Kilo on Royal Caribbean ships) – all personnel to report to their emergency posts
  • Omega or Oscar or Bravo, Bravo or Mr. Mob – man overboard (we heard that on a Disney Cruise once. That was fun.)
  • Operation Bright Star (Code Mike on Oceania Cruises) – medical emergency, urgent assistance required
  • Operation Rising Star – someone died on board
  • Oscar, Oscar, Oscar – man overboard on Royal Caribbean ships
  • Mr. Skylight, or Alpha, Alpha, Alpha – minor emergency
  • Papa – environmental emergency (i.e., oil spill) on Norwegian Cruise Line
  • Priority 2 – leak
  • Purell, Purell, Purell or PVI (public vomiting incident) – cleanup (vomit) on Celebrity ships
  • Red Party – fire at sea
  • Red Parties, Red Parties, Red Parties – fire or possible fire on Disney Cruise Lines ships
  • Sierra – call for a stretcher
  • Star Code, Star Code, Star Code – medical emergency on Celebrity ships
  • Zulu, Zulu, Zulu – a fight aboard the ship
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23 hours ago, Funeegal said:

Try this link:

https://yourmileagemayvary.net/2020/10/11/the-travel-emergency-codes-that-youre-not-supposed-to-know-about/

Cruise Ships

  • 30-30 – maintenance needed to clean up a mess
  • Alpha (specifically Alpha, Alpha, Alpha on Princess and Royal Caribbean ships) – medical emergency
  • Alpha Team, Alpha Team, Alpha Team – fire emergency on a Carnival Cruise Line ship
  • Bravo or Bravo, Bravo, Bravo – fire
  • Charlie – bomb threat
  • Charlie, Charlie, Charlie – security threat on Royal Caribbean ships
  • Code Blue – medical emergency
  • Code Red – outbreak of illness
  • Delta – damage to the ship on Norwegian Cruise Line
  • Delta, Delta, Delta – possible bio-hazard
  • Echo – the ship is starting to drift
  • Echo, Echo, Echo – possible collision with another ship or the shore on Royal Caribbean ships. On other ships it can mean danger of high winds while at port.
  • Kilo (specifically Kilo, Kilo, Kilo on Royal Caribbean ships) – all personnel to report to their emergency posts
  • Omega or Oscar or Bravo, Bravo or Mr. Mob – man overboard (we heard that on a Disney Cruise once. That was fun.)
  • Operation Bright Star (Code Mike on Oceania Cruises) – medical emergency, urgent assistance required
  • Operation Rising Star – someone died on board
  • Oscar, Oscar, Oscar – man overboard on Royal Caribbean ships
  • Mr. Skylight, or Alpha, Alpha, Alpha – minor emergency
  • Papa – environmental emergency (i.e., oil spill) on Norwegian Cruise Line
  • Priority 2 – leak
  • Purell, Purell, Purell or PVI (public vomiting incident) – cleanup (vomit) on Celebrity ships
  • Red Party – fire at sea
  • Red Parties, Red Parties, Red Parties – fire or possible fire on Disney Cruise Lines ships
  • Sierra – call for a stretcher
  • Star Code, Star Code, Star Code – medical emergency on Celebrity ships
  • Zulu, Zulu, Zulu – a fight aboard the ship

This can make for a good thread - We have a 30-30, Purell, Purell, Purell, with Delta, Delta, Delta  

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