Saturday, October 15, 2011

Cruise Ship Tipping

So you going on a cruise fun in the sun visiting exotic places world-class entertainment and endless buffets who could ask for anything more.

When you book your cruise you will notice that you have been informed there will be a automatic gratuity added to your bill. This will generally run $12 a person per day for the length of your cruise. You as a guest on the cruise ship should not feel obligated to offer a tip for good service. But if you have had exceptional service from a member of the crew and you would like to offer a gratuity they are allowed accept. There is generally no need to tip but if you feel you want to acknowledge a particular individual it is really up to you. Just use your own discretion and have a great time cruising the high seas.

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