We are currently in the process of booking our shore tours with princess. We are leaving on June 3rd and princess says that the tours will be avaible to buy 60 days prior to the sailing date. So my question is what does princess consider 60 days prior, "yes I can add" I actually called 1-800-Princess and no one could tell me when the actual 60th day was. Can any one tell me when they consider the 60th day to be and dont make the same mistake that I did "there are 30 days in April, and 31 in May" I would be thankful to anyones help!
I would just keep trying to book them. It could be that the paper work showing your final payment is still in the works?? Have no idea, good luck, got my fingers crossed that you get the tour you want, when you want :-)
I recently booked online the America's Cup Regatta just a week before our sailing this Sunday. I understand that this is supposed to be one of the most in demand excursions because of the limited spaces. I confirmed the booking at the time I requested with no problem.
You will be way ahead of most people by booking online prior to departing so I feel confident that you'll get what you want. I'll keep my fingers crossed for you anyway. <smile>
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65 to 70 days before sailing, precruise documents are sent to passengers. In this envelope are passenger information forms, emergency info forms and pre-reserve shore excursion information. The shorex forms can be faxed into Princess Data Entry or entered by the passenger in the Princess website www.princesscruises.com. It will ask you your name and booking number. If this does not work, call Customer Assistance at 1-800-Princess for assistance.