Does anyone know if San Juan will be participating in the new starting date of March 11? In the past daylight savings started around the last week in April.
If you are cruising that that sunday don't forget you have to be at the airport one hour earlier than normal.
Also, if you are presetting your light timers around your house prior to leaving--remember to adjust for the daylight saving switch.
Adventure of the Seas (RCCL) 3/10 -Southern Caribbean
Adventure of the Seas (RCCL) 3/07 -Southern Caribbean
Voyager of the Seas (RCCL) 3/03 -Western Caribbean
Monarch of the Seas (RCCL) 3/01 -Southern Caribbean
Song of America (RCCL) 10/90 -Western Caribbean
MTS Jupiter (Epirotiki) 7/84 -Mediterranean
Song of America Dec '90
Starship Majestic May '89
Sovereign X 5
Majesty Jul '01
Enchantment X 4
Regal Empress Dec '02
Mariner May '07 April '08
Grandeur Feb '08
Inspiration Oct '08
Radiance of the Seas Oct '10
I'm pretty sure Cassandra is correct, but once you get on the ship, you may have to rely on the elevators to remember what day it is, much less keep track of ship's time vs Island time. Have a great crusie.
April 1, 2006 - Serenade of the Seas - 7 days to the Southern Caribbean
October 8, 1984 - NCL Sunward II - 3 day cruise to the Bahamas