Posted June 13th, 2017, 11:06 AM
I am not sure of the exact way of doing this, but probably someone will post exactly how to do it.
Basically they must give you permission to contact them this way and you enter a special passcode which will allow you to do so. It does not matter where their cabin is.
I am sure the on-board Internet manager can help you set this up if nobody posts the actual procedure here.
If you doing it from a web browser when using the ship wi-fi navigate to http://coral.princess.com
and it may auto launch depending on browser settings. The easiest thing to do is then to save the link as a favorite to your phone's home page, it would then have it's own "button" that on the iphone will launch safari and open that page all from the single tap.
When you open the message portion of the "app" you'll see a user id #. You swap user ID's and that's how you address the message, same idea as having a unique email address. I don't know if you need to register for the free login first (I assume so though), we already had the login setup for internet since we pre-purchased the internet package before I poked around the message feature.
There is no app.
If you let the internet cafe set it up for you on your phone, they may save a link to the intranet home page on your device - on my iPhone it has a unique [email protected]
icon and looks identical to the proper apps on my phone. Yes, technically not an app in the sense that I didn't get it from the app store, but sure looks like one on casual inspection. Nifty work on the part of the IT/software dept, and nice tie in with marketing & branding.
Celebrity (x4): Silhouette (2/2017, W. Carib.), Equinox (7/2016, Med.), Summit (12/2014 & 1/2016, S. Carib.)
Princess (x4): Coral (5/2017, Alaska), Ruby (12/2012, Carib.), Crown (4/2008, S. Carib.), Star (4/2007, W. Carib.)
Royal Caribbean (x3): Jewel of the Seas (12/2013, S. Carib.), Monarch of the Seas (12/2008, Bahamas & 2/2001, S. Carib.)