CHOGS : how many chairs can one person save ?

if you can believe it, I saw someone saving 14,  14 chairs poolside !!!!!!

Wanna see ?


9 Answers

Well, that's ten in the pic, but trust me. One person saved 14 chairs at about 6:00 am. And across from him, someone else was busy saving 8 chairs.

Oh I can believe it.i have not seen 14, but I've seen 8 and 10.

People are selfish. It's all about them.

Sad for humankind.

This is so aggravating to me. Worse of all, sometimes the passengers never even show or only half of the do. Rather than make a big deal about it, we find somewhere else to sit.

What is wrong if they want to reserve then at 6 am and not get to the pool until 2 PM? They paid for the cruise just like you did !!!!!!!!!!

I think the waiters should put a post it note on the chairs with a time, if nobody there in an hour remove the stuff and let other paying guest use the chairs.

Common courtesy is no longer Common Sad it is a ME ME ME world. It is amazing how manners have declined over the decades. When I was taking the subway to work (yes there is a subway in Los Angeles) I was amazed at how young people would not stand up and give a seat to an elderly lady that was having trouble standing with the train movement, Even if they were in the seats that were posted for handicapped or elderly.

I agree with Justme- the waiters should mark the chairs with towels only on them. I remember notices on RC about not holding chairs- but don't remember the exact wording. If I'm holding a chair I'm sitting in the one next to it and that person is on their way! Just sayin'

Sorry meant to be "jusMe". Didn't catch in time to edit.


I hope that your reported this to the crew.


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