I am going on the cruise and while making all port stops in Mexico can anyone tell me the time zone will the ship be using? My ship is Mariner of the Seas and will be stopping at three different cities in Mexico.
The Mariner will be on the same time zone as the departure port (Pacific time zone) The time on the ship may not neccessarily be the local time at some of the ports, so make sure you always stay on "ship time."
Oasis September 3, 2011
Adventure November 20, 2011
Mariner January 8, 2012
Radiance April 2, 2011
Mariner January 9, 2011
Oasis 9 October 2010
Majesty 20 August, 2010
Mariner January 31, 2010
Adventure September 27, 2009
Explorer March 27, 2009
Monarch January 9, 2009
Liberty September 2008
Mariner June 2007
Monarch June 2006
Click on User CP, in the upper left hand corner of the page.
Click: User CP->Edit Options-> Scroll down and you will see where you can set your time zone.
Sorry about that: With the cutover there had been a number of questions on setting your correct time zone "For The Boards" and I didn't pay as much attention as I should have.
You will be on PST when you depart Los Angeles. On my last "Carnival" cruise they changed the time a couple of times, to remain on local time, but ALWAYS base your activities and return based on SHIP Time. They will let you know if there is a time change in your daily newsletter.
The local times for Cabo San Lucas and Mazatlan are Mountain Time zone. So you can use that to base your time for any local, private, excursions you may book.
I will be sailing on Radiance of the Seas in January and know for sure if Royal Caribbean changes their clocks to stay on local time.
Take care and sorry for the previous response.
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