Sky Princess crew use computer pads to make cruise service more personal
OceanMedallion is easy tech at work
The 3,660-passenger Sky Princess, anchored off Princess Cays in the Bahamas (Photos by David G. Molyneaux, TheTravelMavens.com)
By David G. Molyneaux
If ever you have been unclothed or otherwise unprepared for visitors to your cruise ship cabin, and realized suddenly that a steward has unwittingly entered the cabin to tidy up, you will see immediate vacation advantages in the techy OceanMedallion distributed free to passengers by Princess Cruises on an expanding number of its ships.Not that Princess is touting cabin privacy as the key attribute of the pokerchip-sized medallion. Instead, cruisers will hear about easy boarding at the beginning of their voyage and using their smart phone to order goodies from a deck chair for quick delivery.
Key to the OceanMedallion is that crew members know who you are, what you typically consume, and, especially, where to find you. Crew carry a small computer pad. On the pad, each…
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