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Location: Melbourne Beach FL; Steamboat Springs CO
The Princess cruise personalizer says that we'll be tendering. It doesn't really matter. If everything is within walking distance of the port, that's all I need to know. No need to find a tour.
I would like to see your photos anyway. Thanks Paul.
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First of all you will either be docke or tendered. You are on a small ship so getting off is easy. From the dock the town is right there. You can walk t
o the end in 15 minutes and up to the church in another 15 minutes. There are several "pubs" that have some nice meals. The ship offers a walking tour as well as a tour to the "Ghost Town". You said they are all waitlisted. As you walk up the main street from the pier you will see on the right a gift shop with a lot of people around. They are a tour enabler. Grivers hang out there and they put it together as an easy trip. All very straight foward and very safe. Namibia is very safe.