OpenAI Chatbot vs Cruise Buzz

Nerd Alert:

I have been using OpenAI for a lot of reasons not related to cruising, but then I thought why not use my prompt skills to compare my expertise against the mighty algorithm. Now, I am using OpenAI chatbots for cruise travel questions and answers to go head-to-head with information accuracy between Cruise Buzz Carrie and the machine.

Below are the edited lists of ideas that came up when I asked “Monica”, my chatbot Chrome extension, to provide a list of cruise tips. Let me know what you think about the results? Leave a comment below. (nerd alert, right?)

Goal: Smooth Embarkation and Cruise Activities 

Prompt by @CruiseBuzz Carrie: List out tips for what to explore on a cruise ship. Carrie edited the  list items when necessary to provide helpful insights.

  1. Download the cruise line’s app as soon as you have a booking number then use it 
  2. Research the ports in advance and think about what excursions are available (ask me, I know)
  3. Take a tour of the ship’s decks, public areas, and amenities
  4. Once you get on the ship, locate your stateroom and see if it is ready to move in 
  5. Once in the cabin, watch the tv to find out  information about how to get your vacation started, including how to be safe in case of an emergency (aka muster drill)
  6. Familiarize yourself with the ship’s layout and wayfinding computer screens
  7. Attend the welcome aboard party at sail away or make your own fun
  8. Show kids the club where they may want to hang out
  9. Get information about your activities, dining, and entertainment 
  10. Check out the pools and water features 
  11. Take a dip in the main pool or relax in the hot tubs
  12. Ride the waterslides or splash around in the kids’ water play areas
  13. Enjoy a Welcome Aboard Lunch
  14. Head to the main dining room to confirm of change dining preferances
  15. Participate in onboard activities your cruise director has planned for you
  16. Sign up for sports tournaments, trivia contests, BINGO!
  17. Explore the ship’s entertainment venues, like the theater, comedy club, or casino
  18. Sip-and-sail, have a mocktail or cocktail. Cheers, you are on vacation time
  19. Enjoy live music
  20. Sign up for a class like dancing 
  21. Visit the spa and see what is on offer 
  22. Visit the fitness center, sign up for classes if that’s a cruise goal
  23. Indulge in a relaxing treatment or massage (on port days, the spa usually has a special)
  24. If the gym is open, get a workout in at the gym
  25. Explore the Shops and Boutiques
  26. Browse the onboard shops for souvenirs, duty-free items, or cruise-themed merchandise

Make a list of what a typical cruise vacation looks like

Is a pre-cruise stay involved? If so, it will alter the sample itinerary (no big deal)

  • Day 1: Arrive at the cruise port and board the ship. Note: You can plan to board in the early afternoon in general. Priority embarkation and when the ship is ready  turnover determines win the afternoon. Explore the ship, get settled in your stateroom, and attend the welcome aboard orientation.
  • Day 2: On our pretend itineary, you have a sea day. This will be a good day to have fun living the cruise dream.  Enjoy the ship’s amenities like the pool, waterslides, kids’ clubs, shows, and restaurants.
  • Day 3: Arrive at the first port of call, likely a beautiful Caribbean island. Spend the day exploring beaches, snorkeling, visiting local markets, or taking an excursion.
  • Day 4: Second port of call. Repeat activities from previous day – beach time, water sports, cultural experiences.
  • Day 5: Third port of call. Relax on the ship or venture out for more adventures.
  • Day 6: Final port of call. Make the most of your last day in the Caribbean.
  • Day 7: Return to the cruise port in the morning. Disembark the ship and begin your journey home.

By Metaverse A/I prompt engineer Carrie using  Monica – Chrome AI extension.

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