The wardens will frequently patrol the decks to monitor unused sun loungers
Kent (PRWEB UK) 9 August 2012
The cliché idea of Germans rising at crack of dawn to reserve sun loungers may soon be coming to an end as German-owned AIDA cruise ships have hired beach towel wardens to police sun loungers that are not being used but towels are placed on them to stop other holiday makers from using them.
After decades of complaints where other holiday makers are unable to use the sun loungers the time is here to see change. The wardens will frequently patrol the decks to monitor unused sun loungers and they will be expected to place warning stickers on any towel left to block a sun bed, while those left without an owner for 30 minutes or longer will be removed according to thelocal.de. The idea has been so successful that other companies would be catching on to the idea. American holiday firm, Carnival has already tried this idea on their trips.
Germany is currently the second biggest market for cruise trips in Europe, with figures from the European Cruise Council showing that 1.4 million passengers came from the region last year.
They are a close second to the UK which, along with Ireland, accounted for 1.7 million passengers.
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