Cruise ship guests hoping to enjoy a journey onboard Regent Seven Sea’s luxury cruise liner are looking at shelling out anywhere from £700 to £8,000 a night. With so much money at stake, it's no surprise the experience is one of the most opulent in the ocean, with every detail accounted for.
Along with artwork worth $6million (£4,386,810) and stunning chandeliers worth $4million (£2,924,540) adding glitz and glamour to the ship’s aesthetic, even the appearance of the 500+ staff is part of the experience.
In Channel 5’s documentary, Secrets of the World’s Most Expensive Cruise Ships, these regulations can be seen put into force at one of the staff’s daily “grooming inspections”.
In one scene, while the kitchen staff are putting the finishing touches to some of the mouth-watering dishes due to be served up, the waiting staff are under observation from the French fine dining restaurant manager Renato.
For Renato, looking the part is of the utmost importance when serving guests at mealtimes.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
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Cruise: There are strict appearance rules for staff onboard the ship (Image: Channel 5)
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He said: “I always hear this expression: if you look good you feel good, and if you feel good you do good.”
Not only must staff ensure they are wearing their full uniform, but there are also some more intricate style rules to follow.
These cover everything from ensuring the right socks are worn, to specific rules on personal