Kosher Cruise Etiquette You Should Remember

by Kosher River Cruise Kosher Tour Operator
Whether it's your first time in one of our Kosher Europe Tours or you're a cruise veteran, here are a few tricks of the trade you should remember.

Pay Attention to Safety Instructions

We do everything possible to ensure the safety of our guests on board.  The staff and captain put in the effort to discuss precautionary measures, so the least you could do is pay attention. This is, after all, for your safety. Listen to where the emergency exits are located and where the medical kit is stored. And most importantly, leave the life jackets on board. Our next guests will also need to know where they are in case of emergency.

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Dress Code

Along with this tour package comes its European flair. Evening dress codes are usually more formal for dinner time. There is at least one cocktail event on every cruise, it's best to dress appropriately. Feel free to dress casually during day time as the cruise will be in transit and you will spend your time lounging on the deck. Also, it is expected of you to cover up when entering the restaurants or entertainment center. Swimwear must be worn in the pool area only.

Be on Time

By arriving late, you're not only inconveniencing the other guests on board, but you're also rearranging the staff's tour schedule. It's best to arrive at least 15 minutes before you embark on your journey, so everything stays on schedule. 

Do Not Smoke in Non-designated Areas

This is common courtesy anywhere you go. You may upset the other guests with the second-hand smoke you're blowing their way. Be considerate and go to the designated area. And dispose your cigarettes properly, the cruise does not tolerate littering. 

Avoid Hogging

Do not irritate your fellow passengers. Reserving sun loungers with towels is a big no-no. If you won't be using it, don't lay your things across it 'just in case.' 


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Do not demand to sit at the captain's table as these are reserved for VIP's and high profile guests. And if you have assigned seating on the cruise, don't go table hopping. Get permission before taking someone's seat at dining as it might make them uncomfortable to find a different table to sit at.

Respect Prayer Times and Services

This is, after all, a Jewish cruise. If you're not attending the services, don't make too much noise outside or cause distractions. And if you choose to attend the service, cover up and wear the proper attire.
See you on board!

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