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Dating someone who works on a cruise ship

Author Cathryn Chapman was shocked and heartbroken when she found out the man she was dating was also seeing nine other women at the same time.Chapman, who has just written a book about her experiences as cruise ship worker, said the officer would page her when he was available to catch up."He had 10 women on board," she said.

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When I found out he had 10, I said now you have nine.

Finding the “perfect match” doesn’t have to stop when you’re on holiday.

Though this post started life as a completely different beast (sorry anyone who found the cruise ship app useful) it seems to be getting interest from Tinder users looking for love (or lust) at sea. In answer to your burning question, ‘Does Tinder work on a cruise ship? but there are a few caveats you need to be aware of. GPS accuracy isn’t great Yes, Tinder does work on a cruise ship, but as with any location-based app it may not be accurate – after all, the cruise ship is moving from port to port.

If a person remains close-by even out in the middle of the ocean, or every time you dock in a new port, it’s safe to assume they’re on board the ship. Roaming data costs are ridiculous If you’ve got a travel SIM, maybe switch on each time you get to port and see whether the same people are appearing in your feed.

Alternatively, consider signing up for the daily Wi-Fi on the ship.

Tap that, then go to the i Message Store and to your "Manage" tab.