I LOVE the lotion...........I always ask for extras of those!!:boogie:
The real mistake in the cruise loyalty industry is the lifetime benefit characteristic. You just can't have a sustainable loyalty program that continues to deliver quality when you consistently accumulate thousands of new members who gain permanent status. To encourage continued and frequent cruising, the cruise lines should consider moving to the airline loyalty model- based on a specific timeframe. Though the airlines utilize the calendar year, the cruise lines can elongate this timeframe to let's say 2 or even 3 years.Royal Caribbean made a mistake by making Diamond their top tier after only ten cruises. Many made this in only three years by taking weekend cruises (a total of 30 days at sea). I've got 21 days at sea with NCL and I've only been on two cruises with NCL. I have 31 days at sea with Royal Caribbean and I've only taken five cruises with Royal Caribbean.