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Old May 15th, 2012, 05:12 PM
razal68 razal68 is offline
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Based on my research, Mariner of Seas will probably dock at the commercial port, not cruise terminal. There is a cruise travel card which you can purchase which includes transportation form the port to the Old Town. My questions is, does Royal Carribean or the port provide a shuttle from the port? At what cost? Is there a public transportation option?
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Old May 19th, 2012, 06:19 AM
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Based on my research, Mariner of Seas will probably dock at the commercial port, not cruise terminal. There is a cruise travel card which you can purchase which includes transportation form the port to the Old Town. My questions is, does Royal Carribean or the port provide a shuttle from the port? At what cost? Is there a public transportation option?
Thank you
You may want to also post this on the Royal Caribbean Board.

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