I was looking at Carnival Spirit's 9-day itinerary from San Diego. The ship sits at Cabo San Lucas for two days but the itinerary lists arrival and departure times on both dates. Is this because the tenders stop, or is it just a quirk?
I'm thinking this would be a great opportunity for a sunset sail around Los Arcos and then some Cabo nightlife.
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They also do it because if on the second morning the seas get too rough then the tenders wouldnt be able to function and bring any passengers back on board who happened to stay the night in town for some reason. Kind of sucks you cant stay in Cabo until the wee hours though.
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