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Old August 6th, 2009, 07:04 PM
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Default Poll- would you like an overnight port stay

If you had a choice would you want the ship to stay overnight at a port and if so, which port?

To my knowledge, I've only seen Carnival stay over night in Nassau. There could be other ports, but I'm not aware of them. Not a port I would choose.

I've only done the east coast cruises, so I can only pick from those. My first choice would be St Maarten, second would be St. Thomas.

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We are doing the Western Caribbean on the Dream. I don't know much about those ports, but I would probably go along with St. Thomas. That is a beautiful island.
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Tortola or St Lucia. Loved both stops and would love to go back. And being able to explore at night would be great.
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Great idea. My choices would be (no special preference): St. Kitts, St. Thomas, Antigua, Barbados and maybe Aruba on the East Coast and one port in Alaska probably Skagway just because it looked like a fun place to spend a night.

Most cruise lines that stop in St. Petersburg USSR stay overnight since there is so much to see.
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Puerto Rico, I remember the hotels having great shows to see and would love more time there.

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Puerto Rico, I remember the hotels having great shows to see and I would love more time there.

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I'd frankly prefer to be out to sea, aboard the ship, but if I had to be in port overnight, my first preference would be San Juan, and second would be Key West. Like Nut2 says, there is a lot of entertainment and clubbing to be done there.

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I've stayed overnight in St Petersburg on Carnival Splendor.

In October I will be staying overnight in Venice on Carnival Dream. I think Venice is going to be the winner.

Carnival Dream will also have an overnight stay in Bermuda on the Transatlantic crossing, but I don't think that will compare favorably to Venice!
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Yea, that's something I don't understand why Carnival has short visits to Key West and late arrivals to San Juan. The two times at San Juan the ship gets there late around 3:00 pm and the town shuts down a couple hours later. Doesn't make sense. At least get there in the morning so you have more time to do something.

Key West, on every cruise we been on that stopped here, we arrived at 7:00 am and the ship leaves at 3:00 pm. Have to be back on board by 2:30. Nothing opens that early and by the time you get started, it's time to leave. Who came up with these docking hours?

On the other hand, an overnighter in Key West,, I'd be in trouble and probably most of the ship would be too!!!! We have a friend that lives there and she tells us everything about the crazy night life there. Anything goes!!
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On Caribbean sailings, especially standard Eastern or Western, I would have no desire to have overnight port stops.

Now: On European, Asian, Australian sailings I would love and do love overnight port stops. This gives you an excellent opportunity to truly enjoy many of these places where a day is not nearly long enough. I.E. Rome, Barcelona, Paris, London, Venice, Shanghai, Beijing......etc.

Carnival doesn't do Australia or Asia but it would be great if they did.

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I for one would very much avoid a cruise that had an overnight in Key West. We did that last year on a RC cruise (were not able to go to private island and ship was given permission to overnight in Key West). Of course we try very hard not to book any cruise that includes Key West. See we've been there so many times, using the over sea highway. It holds no interest for us. So many other island in the Keys are so much nicer.
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Yea, that's something I don't understand why Carnival has short visits to A and late arrivals to San Juan. The two times at San Juan the ship gets there late around 3:00 pm and the town shuts down a couple hours later. Doesn't make sense. At least get there in the morning so you have more time to do something.

Key West, on every cruise we been on that stopped here, we arrived at 7:00 am and the ship leaves at 3:00 pm. Have to be back on board by 2:30. Nothing opens that early and by the time you get started, it's time to leave. Who came up with these docking hours?
The city of Key West comes up with the docking hours.
They want all ships gone well before sunset, since the ships obstruct the view from the touristy pier area there.

It takes a special exception, like somebody said their RCCL ship got once, to stay overnight.

Key West would be my first choice for an overnight stay.
(I know the bar owners would be happy)

Cozumel would probably be a nice overnight stay also.

Overnight stays would only work in towns with nightlife a reasonable drive from the pier.

Did the overnight in Nassau twice and it was nice, since we didn't have to be rushed to do what we wanted all day, then headed over to Atlantis at night to wander about....
Plenty of great stuff to do in Nassau to kep one busy all day long.
(can't wait to get back in a month or so.)

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Yea, that's something I don't understand why Carnival has short visits to A and late arrivals to San Juan. The two times at San Juan the ship gets there late around 3:00 pm and the town shuts down a couple hours later. Doesn't make sense. At least get there in the morning so you have more time to do something.

Key West, on every cruise we been on that stopped here, we arrived at 7:00 am and the ship leaves at 3:00 pm. Have to be back on board by 2:30. Nothing opens that early and by the time you get started, it's time to leave. Who came up with these docking hours?
The city of Key West comes up with the docking hours.
They want all ships gone well before sunset, since the ships obstruct the view from the touristy pier area there.

It takes a special exception, like somebody said their RCCL ship got once, to stay overnight.

Key West would be my first choice for an overnight stay.
(I know the bar owners would be happy)

Cozumel would probably be a nice overnight stay also.

Overnight stays would only work in towns with nightlife a reasonable drive from the pier.

Did the overnight in Nassau twice and it was nice, since we didn't have to be rushed to do what we wanted all day, then headed over to Atlantis at night to wander about....
Plenty of great stuff to do in Nassau to keep one busy all day long.
(can't wait to get back in a month or so.)

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Many cruise lines don't like to stay overnight because they lose too much revenue - usually the casino, shops, etc are closed and people are too busy spending money on shore to spend it in the bars and whatever else might be open on the ship.

Plus the cruiselines have to pay more in port fees.
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I have to agree with Mike, nothing in the Caribbean, interests me enough, with the exception of Aruba...I have been in San Juan later, due to port times, and we did an island tour, which was great..seeing the city at night...it dropped us back in the shopping district, but the shops were about to close.

If the ship is in port at night, all entertainment and shopping is closed, so I would be bored, and, probably get off just to see what's portside I guess, although going off the beaten path for me would not happen...

I would not book a Bermuda cruise for these reasons....I enjoy a cruise for all we can do onboard, not to be docked as in this case for a few days.

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have done an overnight in Venice and Istanbul..both were awesome

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I would love to do the Mediterranean cruise some day. If that would ever come about, I would like to have an overnight somewhere in Italy. Haven't been there since the Navy days and would love to go back to Rome.

Second place would be an overnight in Greece. I bet there's a ton to see and not possible to do in a one day port visit.

The only problem with the Europe cruise is that you need a lot of vacation time to make it happen. So with that thought, it may be awhile before this can be doable.
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Just another note about Key West.

I see that Carnival Miracle will be there from 12 noon until midnight on the main night of Fantasy Fest this year. (Saturday night) This is the night they have the Captain Morgan parade and the place is nuts. I cant even imagine what it will be like this year with all the people for the cruise there. Not sure this is a good idea.
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I did the 5 day cruise on the Holiday out of Mobile and it's stops were Cozumel and Calica. We only had 7 or 8 hours in Cozumel then we disembarked and sailed in cirlces all night till we could dock in Calica in the morning. For those who don't know, Calica can be reached within an hour of leaving Cozumel. I thought that it would of been nice to stay in Cozumel for the night and then sailed across in the morning, it would of been a perfect time to do it with the itinerary we had.

I would love to overnight in any port of call that we have been to, this includes Jamaica where we had a wonderful time.
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I would love an overnight stay on any of the Hawaiian islands. Oahu has great night life so that would be fun. The overnight Hawaiian stops are the main thing that is appealing another taking the Pride of America (NCL) to Hawaiian. With the all American crew NCL can spend more time in the islands then other cruise lines.
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I forgot about Hawaii.

I will be on a Carnival Spirit Hawaii cruise next Spring and there will be 2 overnights - One on Maui and One at Honolulu!

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I know I definitley wouldnt mind it.
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When I was in San Juan the first time on Festivale we arrived about 1:00PM we were scheduled to stay in that port until 2:00AM. Many of us took 2 tours there. One to do some sight seeing and the other after dinner to see a show at the hotels. We got back about 11:30 from that. The deck party was held in this port on Festivale as were the deck parties on the other ships ported there that evening. It was festive seeing all the ships lit and the music playing.

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We had an overnight stay in Maui, and we loved it. Also in any European city an overnight stay would be great.

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I think I would like one overnight stay because sometimes you come across say a restaurant or a particular show you would like to see but cannot because the ship is leaving.

In terms of destination, I'm not the best travelled person here so it's hard for me to say. I have only been on one Caribbean cruise for instance. However, I would agree that Nassau wouldn't be my first choice, although I can see how the casino may appeal to many.

Now, okay, I'm bias because I'm European however, on a European cruise I would certainly like some overnight stays. Someone mentioned Venice. That's where I went for my honeymoon (not a cruise) and definitely you need to see it at night to appreciate its magic. Istambul sounds very cool too.

A few years back we chose a Classical Greek tour and we were as interested if not more in spending time in the ports than on the cruise attractions but then again everyone has different taste.
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I did the 5 day cruise on the Holiday out of Mobile and it's stops were Cozumel and Calica. We only had 7 or 8 hours in Cozumel then we disembarked and sailed in cirlces all night till we could dock in Calica in the morning. For those who don't know, Calica can be reached within an hour of leaving Cozumel. I thought that it would of been nice to stay in Cozumel for the night and then sailed across in the morning, it would of been a perfect time to do it with the itinerary we had.

I would love to overnight in any port of call that we have been to, this includes Jamaica where we had a wonderful time.
NCL used to do that out of Houston and they would stay in Cozumel either very late or over night. Made for excellent options for excursions.
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I would like an overnight stay in Lisbon, Portugal. I went there when I was 18 years old and they have great night life. Plus the Fados are played at night.

Fado music is a traditional form of urban folk music from Portugal. There are two main styles of fado: Lisboa Fado is traditionally performed by a female vocalist (called a fadista) with two or three male guitarists, and Coimbra Fado is generally performed by a male soloist, who both sings and plays guitar.

We saw the Lisboa Fado style and it was wonderful. Here is Ana Moura singing a fado called Os BĂşzios.
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