However, whilst some passengers certainly need to look at their anti social attitude and demeanour, surely, crew need to do likewise ?
Two years ago I visited a private garden resort in St Kitts hoping to spend an idyllic day using the facilities there. However, the day was soured somewhat when a group of the Britannia entertainment staff arrived and displayed the most appalling behaviour. Their foul language, disregard of the poolside rules, anti-social attitude, overly loud screeching and total oblivion to the fact they were preventing the small amount of guests enjoying the pool area was akin to hooliganism. I even witnessed one throwing an empty bottle into the manicured gardens below.
I will be at this resort next Tuesday. I am hoping that if the entertainment staff from the Azura are there, their behaviour will be more in keeping with what P&O expect of their staff.
I made a complaint on returning to the Ship but am unaware if any action was taken. I'm all for young adults enjoying themselves but this was way beyond that.
So, P&O, you are quite right to request that passengers comply with standards. Here's hoping your staff do likewise. Paul Farrow