Giantfan13 Posted July 29, 2013 #1 Share Posted July 29, 2013 We just returned off the Glory (July 21-28). It was a very nice cruise but one thing bothered me to no end. Maybe this is prevalent on all Carnival ships now, but it was something we were just not prepared for. They do not give any weather info on the TV at all. No forecast, no temperature, no wind speed, nothing, nada, zero. We were in an inside cabin, but from the TV we could see how it was outside, but we had no idea if it was cold, warm, or what the current day was to bring us. I Inquired about this at Guest services, and to anyone wearing a White Uniform during the entire cruise and all I got were sort of shrugs of their shoulders. One morning I called at 8:00 and they told me at 11:45 the Captain would announce the weather. I swear on this. I asked if I should just walk around in my robe until then. (They didn't get the humor in that either) Now, again, this may be a minor point, but I have never seen this mentioned here and I thought it might be helpful to others. We have been on about 11 cruises and I have never not heard the Captain come on in the morning and greet everyone and announce the weather. I have never not seen even a crawl on the bottom of the TV saying what the current temp is outside and what the forecast is. It wasn't just me, everyone I spoke to on the ship said the exact same thing. We did get two channels from Florida though, so while we were embedded in fog in Canada, we knew Florida has sunny and warm weather. We also knew what the weather was in Tokyo, Budapest, and several other places I never even heard of. Why don't they just get he Weather Channel on their line??? Again, just a heads up for anyone on this ship. Is this the same on other Carnival ships? Cheers Len Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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