- Guests boarded in Singapore and cruised to Sydney
- Ship taken over by 1,300 men behaving badly
Royal Caribbean is reviewing its group booking policy after passengers complained that a three-day cruise on the Voyager of the Seas had been ruined by a party of 1,300 Kamla Pasand employees on a work incentive.
The group boarded the ship in Singapore for a conference at Sydney, wnd we4re accused of taking over the pool decks, bars and restaurants and bullying female passengers with their mobile phones.
Royal Caribbean said: “During Voyager of the Seas’ three-night sailing from Singapore on September 6th, a group onboard caused complaints from some of our guests who raised their concerns with us after they returned to Australia.We were able to quickly provide them with a satisfactory solution. Royal Caribbean operates with the safety of our guests and crew as our highest priority. While we have had a long history of successful group bookings in which all guests have enjoyed their cruise, we are looking into this incident, including all guest feedback to ensure our group booking policies are suitable and that our guest conduct policy is applied appropriately.”
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