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Old January 10th, 2008, 02:16 AM
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This is interesting. I will contact SS and ask them about their policy. My guess is that early boarding is quite different from lunch. Most cruise lines open up a buffet for embarking passengers about noon; 1:00 pm latest.

I would guess early embarkation is comepletely different - meaning you are in your cabin and completely settled well before noon. But as I said, I will see...

As I recall, we did embark pretty much en masse and it was about 4:00. However, think of all the good things they are doing during that day other cruise may not do - like vacuuming your mattress! Plus you get free champagne and caviar in your cabin if you ask for it ;-0
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