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Cruise secrets: Crew dishes dirt on what staff really do with wedding rings while at sea

Cruise secrets: Crew dishes dirt on what staff really do with wedding rings while at sea 1

Cruise ship crew are hard at work throughout cruises looking after the passengers. It’s not all work and no play for the cruise staff, however. There’s plenty of fun to be had working in this industry – although sometimes this results in rather risqué scenarios.

However, it isn’t just the singletons who clock their options.

“Guys and girls leave their engagement or wedding rings in their cabins,” divulged Paul.

“Women you meet that have a serious boyfriend at home almost always cheat, they can’t help themselves.

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“Plus, if a woman is willing to leave her boyfriend at home for eight months, then it wasn’t that serious in the first place.”

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Love is always in the air (if only for one night) for many of the crew, according to the former cruise ship worker.

“In my estimation, I would say that any given time there are probably 50 percent of crew members involved with another crew member,” said Paul.

What’s more, people can be quick to move on, he claimed.

“I have seen couples hook up for a week and then both jump into bed with someone else right away,” Paul divulged.

However, being unfaithful isn’t always easy on a cruise ship.

According to Paul, it’s likely someone else will notice what’s going on.

“No matter what, if you are in a short or long term ‘hook-up’ it’s very hard to cheat with another and get away with it,” he shared.

“As soon as you leave the cabin in the morning after a fun night I guarantee you that someone will see you walking down the I-95, hair and clothes rumpled, doing the walk of shame – and someone will gossip.”

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