Better watch out next time that you take a cruise. When a woman took a cruise to the Eastern Carribean, she came home to a mailbox at her winery that was filled with brochures from her cruise company of choice. Turns out, cruise lines will sign you up for mailing lists automatically when taking one of their cruises. Better watch out next time!
- When Diana Lee Craig cast off on the Oceania Riviera’s 10-day Eastern Caribbean cruise, there were no surprises.
- The ship left Miami as scheduled, stopping in San Juan, St. John, Punta Cana and Nassau, before returning to Florida.
- The shock came after she returned home. Gradually, the mailbox of her Sonoma, Calif., winery began to fill with unwanted brochures.
“Oceania automatically adds customers to its mailing list after they book a cruise. A cruise line representative said most passengers enjoy receiving the pamphlets, and that it leads to repeat business.”