Welcome to Cruise Critic! If you'd like to participate on our forums by joining in the conversation, please Register Now! Be sure to visit our FAMOUS Roll Call forums, where you can meet other cruisers sailing with you and share a tour or shore excursion and SAVE MONEY!
I think the cruiseline is correct. The stores on board are the only licensed to sell things.Other than the entertainers selling their CDs. EM
From Princess' ticket contract:Thanks for posting the official policy.
11. RESPONSIBILITY TO COMPLY WITH LAW AND REGULATIONS, RULES OF SHIP; NO SOLICITATION.
You shall be responsible for complying with the requirements of all immigration, port, health, customs, and police authorities, and all other laws and regulations of each country or state from or to which You will travel, as well as this Passage Contract. You must at all times obey all the rules, regulations and orders of the ship, Carrier and the Captain. You shall not solicit other Guests for commercial purposes or advertise goods or services without Carrier's prior written permission. You may be disembarked without liability for refund, payment, compensation or credit of any kind if You or any Guest for whom You are responsible violate any of these requirements, and You agree to assume and/or reimburse Carrier for any expenses or fines that may be incurred as a result of such noncompliance.
Meet and Greets have been told not to collect money for group excursions during these get together.Easy enough. It can be discussed, just don't exchange money till after the meeting.
Sent from my iPad using Forums
Other than the entertainers selling their CDs. EMI have to believe that this topic is covered in their contract. I'd be shocked if Princess did not get a cut.