GhostMemory wrote:I would love to get a tattoo on board, as long as they're a bit more skilled than the person who did the one tattoo I have currently...
Depending on who you ask, it's either a radish or a strawberry. Not what I had intended.
Blacktophat wrote:I hope the seas are calm. Sitting down for a tattoo on a moving ship might not be the best idea.
Andy wrote:Band and Festival Merchandise will be available in the Shops on Deck 5 and possibly one other location on the ship.
Space is limited and the Cruise Line is in charge of selling, therefore there will be no individual vendors.
We are currently discussing if it is possible to have some tattoo artists on board.
Psycho wrote:The question is: What to tatoo?
Psycho wrote:It'd actually be a pretty bad idea to get a tatoo on a moving ship
Schluckspecht666 wrote:Such a vessel is huge and the Caribbean is very calm at that time of the year. The ship's movements are very slow if at all, so I don't know how much of a problem that would be. But hey, what the fuck do I know?
starlight wrote:Since this morning I'm so keen on this trip, that I was thinking about getting my cabin-no. tattooed on my forehead
DragonLordJones wrote:in response to a tattoo artist ...... i could see while getting one and hit some rough waters, there goes a perfectly good tattoo.
never been on a cruise before is the ship stable enough to do tats?
starlight wrote:hihi, the idea with the tattoo on my forehead would not only help to express my enthusiasm but also help to find my back to my cabin
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