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Old March 5th, 2010, 10:54 AM
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Default Carry on

I would just turn over your luggage to the porters at the pier, tip them a few dollars and just keep the minimum carry-on. Depending on when you board, you can't always access your cabin, so you'll need to explore and go eat some lunch before venturing to your cabin to drop off carry-on. In most cases you'll see your luggage before dinner, but just in case that doesn't happen, have a change of clothes with you for dinner...

Nope, its just not worth carrying all your stuff onboard.

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