Snoozin Cruising signs on your cabin door

We were on the Legend and we noticed only a "snoozin" tag to hang on our door.  We asked the steward we were missing a "cruising" sign.  He said they don't have the signs anymore, just snoozing to hang on the door.  I wonder if this is on all the Carnival ships or not.  

Tags: Carnival Cruise Lines

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They should provide 4 different tags:

SNOOZIN

CRUISIN

BOOZIN

WINNIN & LOSIN

I liked the "Cruising" sign - it let the steward know that the room was ready to be made up.

I suppose the problem was that too many people complained that it advertised to all the thieves that the room was not currently occupied.

NCL has a wheel just outside the cabin, Do Not Disturb, Make Up Cabin, Turn Down Cabin,  and something else..........

We had "cruising" hanger on the Splendor in July.  We like the hangers, particularly on sea days when we like to sleep in. 

I put the hanger on the door at night to give my steward a break. 

We had both last spring on the Sunshine, but didn't use either of them.

I will miss the "cruisin" side if this has gone fleet wide. We like to sleep-in while cruising and so we do use the "snoozin" side often.

More cut backs.  BDs statement makes sense but I've never heard of cabin break-ins.... If it's this way on Magic.  I'm going to put the plastic door sucker I got from Cruise Line and make my own Snoozin sign.

I will look for the signs next month. NCL has the wheel. Princess has and Holland both have the cards to let your room Stewart know what you wanted.

On the Magic 8/5, they only had the Snoozin door hanger.

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