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Old May 5th, 2006, 12:16 PM
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My son and DH are doing the waverunner experience at CoCo cay. the times go from 8:00 to 1:00. I know the lunch time would not be good, but does anyone have ideas as to which other time is best? Would the last booking be less rushed?

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Hi Linda,
There is a certain amount of time they schedule for each tour, none of them are rushed. They do fill up quickly, so I'd pick a mid-morning time, so you have time to tender in and do the excursion before the BBQ lunch. We did this in Labadee and really enjoyed it.
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I agree with Donna, I would pick a midmorning time. That way you're not rushing to get off the ship or back to the ship.
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Ditto! We just did the jet ski excursion in Cococay and tried booking within two weeks of sailing but everything had limited availability and we had 6 drivers. We had to wait to get on board the ship to confirm all the same times which was a pain!

We had a 1230pm time but we could not each at the BBQ lunch because we had just eaten breakfast and the tour lasts about an hour with the safety presentation beforehand. After the tour, the lunch buffett had about 10 minutes left and they were starting to clean everything up and there was not a whole lot of food left.

Suggest between 10-11am tour, then you can enjoy the rest of the day.
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