Some people get barbed wire, butterflies or Chairman Mao. Cruise Critic Facebook friend Julie Arline Scott has adorned her ankles with Royal Caribbean‘s Crown & Anchor.
She’s not alone in believing that loyalty is about more than joining past-passenger programs. “Both the wife and I have C&A tattoos on the tops of our feet. We like to show them off poolside,” posted Cruise Critic member and RCI diehard BC604 on the boards. Showcasing such devotion doesn’t come cheap. “Out off all my tattoos, this was the most painful since it was on the bone and sensitive skin of the foot.”
There are other lines attracting fierce brand allegiance, too. John Heald, Carnival Cruise Lines” Senior Cruise Director, blogger and purveyor of toilet humor, has been known to showcase a Funship-related tat or two. Pictured above is the line’s mascot, Funship Freddie, inked onto a forearm.
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