How to find out #ships docking on a certain day?

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#1
Weston, FL
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I've been reading so many posts on this website; I read somewhere that there's a website that tells you all the cruise ships that dock in a specific port on a specific day.

Does anyone know where to find that information?

Thanks in advance!

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#2
Vancouver, BC Canada
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Originally posted by connolk
I've been reading so many posts on this website; I read somewhere that there's a website that tells you all the cruise ships that dock in a specific port on a specific day.

Does anyone know where to find that information?

Thanks in advance!

Booked for Western Caribbean on the Celebrity Solstice 6/6/10. (Grand Cayman/Cozumel/Costa Maya/Roatan)
www.cruisett.com

You can search by port or by ship to find what ships are in port with your ship on any given date.
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I think there may be a few sites out there about how many ships are in a certain port on any given day. IMHO going directly to the port and finding their site might be the most accurate. However I found this site somewhere - probably on a CC post.

When you find the city/port, click on it and then click on the tab "ships in port", and then the month, and then the day. I don't know how accurate it is. In 2008 on our Med Cruise I had a list of ships in the ports - but sometimes the port was so large it was hard to count the cruise ships!

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#4
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Originally posted by elena7seas
www.cruisett.com

You can search by port or by ship to find what ships are in port with your ship on any given date.
WOW - that was fast!! Thanks so much - that was exactly what I'm looking for!
#5
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www.cruisett.com
You can search by port or by ship to find what ships are in port with your ship on any given date.


What a great site, thanks

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#6
Weston, FL
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Originally posted by FotoPeg
I think there may be a few sites out there about how many ships are in a certain port on any given day. IMHO going directly to the port and finding their site might be the most accurate. However I found this site somewhere - probably on a CC post.

When you find the city/port, click on it and then click on the tab "ships in port", and then the month, and then the day. I don't know how accurate it is. In 2008 on our Med Cruise I had a list of ships in the ports - but sometimes the port was so large it was hard to count the cruise ships!

Ports Of Call List - CruiseReport

Have a GREAT cruise!!
Thanks very much! This site looks great too!