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Setter - Answered a Question by herstell (28 Apr 08 10:40)

The departure information sent with your tickets etc. will tell you this.

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Walker - Answered a Question by herstell (09 May 08 00:23)

If it was me .. I would be on the ship around 1 pm see my cabin then have lunch and a look around the ship ... then enjoy sailing away ... no rushing which is what a cruise is all about.

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medhurst - Answered a Question by herstell (09 May 08 08:27)

Normally its an hour before sailig, but check your embarkation information, remember ship's don't tend to wait for you, if your lat.

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Gracie - Answered a Question by herstell (09 May 08 08:35)

The Cruis line will send you information on what time you can board ship. It is all staggered times to save congestion. I recently boarded the Ventura at Southampton and from leaving our luggage to check in we were in our cabin 20 mins later. Excellent organisation.

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king - Answered a Question by herstell (09 May 08 08:52)

Usually 2 hour.

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Parker - Answered a Question by herstell (09 May 08 09:54)

All Cruise lines will send you embarkation times along with your tickets. If you are flying your flights will coincide with your embarkation time.

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Chandler - Answered a Question by herstell (09 May 08 10:17)

We arrive at the terminal at approx 12 noon and we have always been on board by about 1 pm at the latest.

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Jones - Answered a Question by herstell (09 May 08 11:01)

We sail on Summit to Hawaii from San Diego last year and only got there 1 hour before. This was great, no lines and were taken direct to our cabin. hope this helps.

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Stone - Answered a Question by herstell (09 May 08 11:19)

When you get your tickets they will have a time for you to arrive, have been in my cabin 20 mins after leaving car once, but the wait is not long if they put you in the waiting area, way shorter than waiting for a 'plane, enjoy your cruise.

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gilliland - Answered a Question by herstell (09 May 08 18:27)

Normally 1 hour --but this is cutting it too fine.

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