I grabbed this off the Web yesterday and thought I'd post it. I have read that there are sometimes lines and lotteries for tender times? Anyone know about that? Anyway these tender vessels look pretty speedy to me and kinda fun to ride. I think this was taken at Princess Caye.
See y'all there.
You are correct. That photo is at Princess Cays. I've attached a photo that I took from our balcony as the tenders were preparing for Princess Cays. You do have to get a ticket and wait until your group is called to board the tenders going over in the morning. You wait comfortably in a public area.
The tendering process is not too bad. They seem to empty the ship amazingly quickly. Those with excursions booked normally get off first thing, then open tendering starts.
Early in day they do GIVE out tender tickets, but shortly thereafter open tendering starts.
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Pam, remember we had a number system at Princess Cay... unless you went later. We had large local tenders for Grand Cayman with a few of Princess' tenders and only large local tenders at Playa del Carmen. But all went smooth and fast.