Posted November 26th, 2017, 04:48 PM
No, but in 99% of cases people lose or misplace something while traveling (hotel, cruise ship, etc.) they mistakenly claim it was stolen. It is exceptionally unlikely an Indonesian or Pilipino cabin steward would risk his/her livelihood by stealing a piece of jewelry from a cabin he/she is responsible for. Moreover, every person who goes in and out of your room is registered on the ship’s security cameras.
How do you know what happens in 99% of cases?
As I stated in another comment, there were at least 4 people coming in and out of the cabin daily in the last case.
And I am not imagining that a white new dress I had at the top of my suitcase disappeared on it's own when I walked it off the ship~
I spoke to them about cameras. There are none in the cabins, obviously, and the dress could have easily been hidden in between white towels since it was stark white. And just bc someone is registered entering and leaving, with over 4 people in the cabin a day how could you ever prove anyone took anything?
The jewelry box was not lost since I never took it out of the cabin!