Published on : Tuesday, November 26, 2013
Jennifer de la Cruz, vice president of public relations for Carnival Cruise Lines said that water was shut off for about two hours after the ship docked in Galveston.
She said that almost all passengers had left the de la Cruz as the voyage was over and before the embarkation for the next cruise began water service was restored before 11a.m.
Earlier this year, Carnival Cruise Lines announced it would offer a 110 percent guarantee to passengers that they will love their cruise experience. This guarantee allows dissatisfied guests to cut their losses and end their trip early, receive a 110 percent refund on their cruise, and get complimentary transportation back home.
Even though Carnival is the largest cruise company in the world and has a market capital $29 billion, its name is associated with several incidents such as tragic accident off West Coast of Italy (led to reduced bookings), lost power, toilets not operational, failed steering mechanism, Engine fire, adrift in Gulf of Mexico for 4 days, fire.
With cruise tourism in the rise big cruise ships must maintain their basic levels of customer satisfaction, or else it will be difficult for these carriers to carry on doing profitable business.
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