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Old January 15th, 2011, 07:15 PM
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I was wondering when you get tenderd to a port of call was is the procedure for getting back to the sick is there a special time to meet the boat or how does that work? 69 days first cruise 14 day hawaii sapphire prince(baby)
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You can return any time. The tenders run continuosly. They'll announce, print and have a sign telling you when the last tender back to the ship is.

It's important you're there before the last tender leaves
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You can return any time. The tenders run continuosly. They'll announce, print and have a sign telling you when the last tender back to the ship is.

It's important you're there before the last tender leaves
so right, you don't want to be standing on shore waving your ship goodbye, our general rule of thumb is to be back on board 1 hour before sailing time
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As an aside to tendering..just know at the Captains discretion, tendering ports can be canceled for the safety of the passengers and crew, when there are high seas.....Grand Cayman is well known for this happening. If that does indeed happen for any port..ship's excursions will be refunded.
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