[amsat-bb] Ham Radios on Princess Cruises

Jeff Moore tnetcenter at gmail.com
Mon May 29 03:58:40 UTC 2017

Cruise lines, just like every other money-making business. relies on income
from it's customers!   You (especially as a RETURNING customer) have a
certain amount of pull with the company, threaten to go somewhere else and
(if they are SMART) they will pay close attention to that!

Can't be bothered?  Neither can they!  It's real simple, you are either a
part of the solution or a part of the problem!  Getting on a forum and
complaining about a problem you are not willing to do something about is a
waste of everyone's time and money.

A concerted effort by 750,000 licensed hams in the US will likely get the
situation corrected, but you have to be willing to make a difference.

So why complain if you aren't willing to pursue a change?

7 3
Jeff Moore  --  KE7ACY

On Sun, May 28, 2017 at 7:33 PM, Jerry Buxton <n0jy at amsat.org> wrote:

> Yeahhhh, well Jeff, I certainly like ham radio a lot and maybe more than
> I should now and then (certain XYLs will probably attest to that) but a
> cruise is a cruise and so not quite enough discomfort with the ham radio
> thing to warrant giving up a good vacation.     :-)
> Jerry Buxton, NØJY
> On 5/28/2017 20:40, Jeff Moore wrote:
> > Cancel your cruise and be very specific as to why you are doing so and
> then
> > book on a line that WILL let you bring your radios!!  Hams deserve better
> > treatment than this!
> >
> > 7 3
> > Jeff Moore  --  KE7ACY
> >
> >
> >
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