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daisy7889 April 23rd, 2008 05:33 PM

How many cruise ships in port
 
Hi, just wondering if anyone know of a website where we can find out how many other cruise ships will be in port with us? I went to cruisecal.com but they charge for this service now and I don't want to have to pay. :D Thanks.

c-cruise April 23rd, 2008 08:36 PM

If you are looking for the Alaska ports you can go here.

http://www.akcruise.org/

cruisingdelt April 23rd, 2008 08:53 PM

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Originally Posted by daisy7889 (Post 14384139)
Hi, just wondering if anyone know of a website where we can find out how many other cruise ships will be in port with us? I went to cruisecal.com but they charge for this service now and I don't want to have to pay. :D Thanks.

Try this link

http://www.cleancruising.com.au/

CLick on destinations on the top. When the destination page comes up look on the left for a box named port finder. Type in the port, select the correct one from the drop down menu and you will have the port calander. This is free. Not sure how accurate.

caribbeanboy April 23rd, 2008 09:06 PM

when are you leaving and which ship?

MMDown Under April 23rd, 2008 09:44 PM

cruisingdelt
 
Great website.

However, doesn't have MSC Lirica in Bridgetown on there. Could be because it will be at another port in Bridgetown (?) or because it is a transatlantic cruise.

daisy7889 April 24th, 2008 04:53 PM

Thanks. I was actually able to find what I needed on www.cruiseclues.com Just click on Port Ship Schedules at the top and then scroll down to your cruise.:)

LouisV April 24th, 2008 07:01 PM

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Originally Posted by cruisingdelt (Post 14386774)
Try this link

http://www.cleancruising.com.au/

CLick on destinations on the top. When the destination page comes up look on the left for a box named port finder. Type in the port, select the correct one from the drop down menu and you will have the port calander. This is free. Not sure how accurate.

great website except that it doesn't have cruises for the Solstice Class of ships listed yet.


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