Posted May 3rd, 2012, 01:06 AM
Agree-- go to your butler for such requests. There may be a person on board known as the Concierge, but their job is primarily to help with shoreside arrangements -- if you want a dinner in a restaurant in town on a late port call, or a private driver somewhere booked ahead of time, or if you are suddenly called home and need help with plane reservations and such. You may also find them a source of information about the various ports (as opposed to the shore excursion staff who are really there just to sell excursions and know not much beyond that). For on-board requests, start with your butler.
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