“So, somebody from the crew has to go to your room and make sure it isn’t on fire.
“Then they call down to the engine room to report it’s a false alarm.
“Then we can start the pumps again. On average, bunkering is usually interrupted three or four times due to this and it’s annoying as hell.”
However, they also revealed that it is fun to work onboard a cruise ship.
They said: “I used to be a crew member, and one time a guy working at the front desk jumped overboard after a crew party.
“He was found a few hours later by the coast guard, and everybody was asked to be discrete in order to keep the cruise running smooth.”
They added: “Everything was fine until the captain came on the PA and said we were delayed because a crew member jumped overboard.
“Then the madness begins, rumours appear out of nowhere, and the rest of the cruise was pretty much guests asking what happened the whole time.”
“A lot of s**t happens onboard, I could write a book, maybe even more than one,” they added.
Source:Daily Express :: Travel Feed