Posted November 17th, 2006, 09:02 PM
Oh what a dreadful thing to have happend. The entire crew must be devastated.
Paul-will there be a major crew change when you arrive in FLL? If so, who will be the CD, ACD, etc.? Who is working the excursion/new bookings desk?To the best of my knowledge, there will be no changes to the postions listed above. CD is Eric De Gray; ACDs are Jamilia Ajibade and Preston Coe both with only 6 weeks at Seabourn; Monika Ernst is Shore Excursions manager and Christopher Jack of New Zealand is the cruise sales consultant. Christopher told me that now the onboard sales consultants have direct access to the reservation system in Miami. This means that suite grades and suite assignemnts can be done real time onboard without going through Miami. Iconsider this a definite improvement.
I just received an email from CeeJay11. It appears a kitchen staff member went missing on Legend, and is not accounted for.I pray this is just a rumour.
This is CeeJay 11 and Bldsld -Thanks for the correction CeeJay and Bldsld. Keep us posted!
Correction to Host Dan's post - it is by no means clear what has happened to this crew member or how he went missing. They are still searching for him on the ship and at sea. We are still praying for his return. The Captain and crew have been extraordinary. You could not be with anyone better in a situation like this. We are very blessed. Fingers and toers crossed that there is a happy ending.
Hello from the Spirit in Dubai!!! Have had a fabulous 16 days from Alexandria but the real point of this is that we heard aboard the Spirit that somebody had been taken off the Legend mid-Atlantic by helicopter. We have heard who it was but many of us that know her were worried that she must have been seriously ill for these steps to have been taken. Can you enlighten us on the Spirit? Do you have any news of the missing crew member? Please say hello to Kathryn and Brian (and to anybody else that remembers us from last November's crossing) from Shelagh and Larry.No one was airlifted from the Legend in mid-Atlantic. The only mdedical situation that I am aware of was about an hour after leaving Lanzarote, we had to return and a lady was taken off the ship an sent to the hospital via ambulance. I was told this was due to a heart attack. A passenger told me that she saw her being placed into the ambulance and she was siting up (possibly a good sign). I hope things turn out well for your friend. Sorry, but this is all I know.