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How can I write to a crew member?

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I just found this site and joined and am glad that I did. I was just on the Adventure of the Seas this past week. This was my 5th cruise, but my previous cruise was 8 years ago and boy how I missed it! I cant believe I actually waited that long to go on another, but I will be making sure to not suffer that gap again LOL


Anyway, there was a particular crew member that I wanted to send an email or letter to onboard our ship that I had a few great encounters with, as well as send along a picture, but wasnt sure how to go about it.


Does anyone know if 1) the crew members can even get mail or email? and how and when do they get it? and 2) Where do I write to or how do I obtain an email address? I just want to make sure that if I take the time to print out these photos and write a nice letter that it will actually get to the member and not someone in a RC office somewhere sitting and reading it.


So, if anyone knows, please let me know. And I look forward to hanging around here more often :0

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We've kept in contact via email with one of our room stewards

so yes, they do have email access. But, we got his address before

we got off the ship. (It was a hotmail account, not a generic RCCL

account) I guess if wanted really badly to get ahold of someone

I would try to contact someone going on that ship and ask if they

would try to make contact for you. You could try the Meet and

Mingle board and see if you have any luck with that.

Good luck.

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I have also kept in touch w/a steward. I have sent him packages in the mail to an address in Miami which is a po box with his name and department (housekeeping) on it. He has always received everthing I've sent.



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Contact RCCL and ask them for an address to send to someone on board the ship, then you would mail it to them at that address, putting their name and department on the envelope. They should receive it. They do not have email unless they get hotmail or yahoo or such, except staff. You could write to the customer relations manager on board the ship. Im am not sure what the 2 letter code for AOS is but say if I was writing to Rhapsody, the email would read something like rh_onboard at rccl.com and the ship would receive it. I believe that email goes to the loyalty ambassador on board, but I forget. Guest relations is something like rh_guestrelations at rccl.com. I forget how they are exactly but that is the general idea. if you replaced the rh with the adventure of the seas code, then tried one of the above, asking for a mailing address to the ship, they might respond.

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