Originally Posted by Mike M
It looks like he has a great background in entertainment and that's what he was hired for. I don't think "cruise" experience carries much weight in this position. He's there to revamp the entertainment and that's what he has the ability to do. It really doesn't matter if he knows stern from aft or port from starboard as long as he delivers a good entertainment product.
I would think that cruise experience would be very important....since he is now the boss of the cruise directors....
it takes a rare breed to be a cruise director and an even rarer breed to be able to spot and cultivate that kind of talent.