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We will be sailing on the Solstice in April of 2015. One stop is an overnighter at Mauai.This will be a tendered port I was wondering if they tendered all night or if it will be certain hours?
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Your itinerary should state how long the port call is. I do know they tender off the Lahaina coast.
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We will be sailing on the Solstice in April of 2015. One stop is an overnighter at Mauai.This will be a tendered port I was wondering if they tendered all night or if it will be certain hours?

Why not ask Celebrity? Here you get opinions, guesses and possibly some old information. The cruise line should be able to give you specific, accurate answers.
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Why not ask Celebrity? Here you get opinions, guesses and possibly some old information. The cruise line should be able to give you specific, accurate answers.
Sorry I asked a question! I thought thats what this forum was for.I just thought someone else might have taken this cruise before and could share some light on the matter. And I doubt that this forum is filled with just opinons,guesses and old info.I have gotten alot of good advice form this forum in the past.I have always felt welcome to ask questions in the past and will in the future.Unless I hear otherwise
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I've cruised the islands several times, and IF there is an overnight there has always been a tender available all night... Though late into the morning the frequency did diminish.

Mind you, I haven't done that cruise in the last two days, so I could be wrong
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I'm surprised your agent wasn't able to provide you the information on this.

But as Kuki said, when an overnight is done in a tendered port, the tenders are usually provided all night long. They normally will offer them on a regular schedule, like every hour or so. The information will be shown on your daily newsletter so you'll be able to see the exact schedule.

And never hesitate to ask questions on this forum as that's what we're here for. But I do agree that the best source of information is your agent and if you didn't book with an agent, then the cruise line is the best people to ask. However, just keep in mind that all things are subject to change, so what happened the last time may not be offered during your cruise.

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I'm surprised your agent wasn't able to provide you the information on this.

But as Kuki said, when an overnight is done in a tendered port, the tenders are usually provided all night long. They normally will offer them on a regular schedule, like every hour or so. The information will be shown on your daily newsletter so you'll be able to see the exact schedule.

And never hesitate to ask questions on this forum as that's what we're here for. But I do agree that the best source of information is your agent and if you didn't book with an agent, then the cruise line is the best people to ask. However, just keep in mind that all things are subject to change, so what happened the last time may not be offered during your cruise.

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You know what the heck with it.I have always thought there was alot of well traveled and well educated people on this website.And I thought that asking a few questions and picking their minds that I would benifit from their years of travel and knowledge.I guess I could call my T.A with every little question.But I was enjoying reading the posts here and asking a few questions.But I now feel unwelcome and that I misunderstood the purpose of this web site.So I would like to thank everyone for all the great advice over the years but maybe its time to move on
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Dhill, the people here are friendly but we don't always know the answers.
I did sail the itinerary that you are doing, but I did that on the Infinity a few years ago.
Back then they did have all night tenders, but things seem to change so I did not want to give the wrong info.
I will tell that that was a wonderful cruise for us.

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