I'd really like to know from people who have been on the Liberty lately about what time do you think you actually got on the pier when returning home? Were you on the pier getting your ride by 09:30 or earlier, or was it much later ? Please try to be as close to real time as you can remember.
We were on Liberty Nov 27th. We left 5 people behind in Nassau. Ship was supposed to leave at 2 p.m. We pulled away from the dock at 2:35 p.m and 5 people were screaming for the ship to wait. We were on our balcony at the time. We had V.I.P boarding and were having lunch and enjoying the hot tubs before noon. We got to the port at 10;30a.m. Regular boarding was starting right after we got on and it was easy. The staff is doing a much better job of smooth boarding at the Port of Miami than years ago waiting till 12;30 or 1 p.m. watching slow paced passengers still getting of the ship. We walked our luggage of and I a cab by 7 a.m. Have a great cruise and if you are going to Nassau make sure your back by 2 p.m. Here is one thing not too be missed. The Punchliners Comedy Brunch. It is only on "Sea Days" so you will have two. It sounds like a Brunch with a Comedy show but it is not. It is a really good Brunch in the main dining room from 9 a.m till 1 p.m and a comedian comes out at the top of each hour to tell two corny jokes and tells you about the evening comedy shows and says enjoy your brunch and see you later tonight. The menu is geat and it is all included in you cruise price no extra fees and more food. Try the Filet Mignon steak and eggs it is fantastic. Ed
Last edited by cruised1014; April 8th, 2013 at 08:40 PM.
we were on it 16 Mar 13. You can start getting off at 7am if you carry our luggage yourself. We wait for them to call our number and we were in our car by 8.30. If you have a early flt they'll let you off early also but let them know. Were going back on for the 30 Nov and 7 Dec 13. (doing a b to b)