Dumbest Tender Instructions Ever

Princess needs Better Instructions than what appears to be a one legged passenger disembarking a Tender 

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I'm OK with one legged passengers disembarking tenders.

So am I ... I just find this to be a poor presentation on how to disembark a tender ...

That's not a training poster, that's a Wanted Poster.  That's a picture of the feared female pirate Wood Hip Wanda.  She just happened to lose her peg leg during the fighting when it got stuck in a knothole in the deck.   Her ship is The Canasta.   She is famous for capturing ships, and pinching the cheeks of her prisoners before killing them.  Also known as the crazy cat lady of he seas, her ship is home to 30 stray cats.

At least you are not describing me.

 

On our first cruise, as I have mentioned before, there was a lady who started to go down the stairs during the crossing to the ship from shore.

She fell as was injured. Tendering can be a bit iffy during the rough weather. But better instructions are needed.

Actually, I think more personal responsibility is in order.

If you cannot walk on the deck, or use the stairs, then ask for assistance.

It really isn't rocket science.Sad

I am just very happy there is not a photographer there when I get off a tender   I think I'd make that lady look like a graceful swan.

On bow of her ship is 8 decks of cards instead of a scanty clad wooden lady. 

Nonsense, you GO GO dance in a glass elevator. 

I still think that whoever made that sign and stuck it on the wall of a tender is no longer working at Princess... It's just bad on so many levels ...

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