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    Prescott Ontario
  • Interests
    Photography, walking, surfing (internet variety only)
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Celebrity and HAL
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Caribbean

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  1. My experience is that the check-in people never look at anything more than the first page.
  2. Going back a number of years, HAL's muster drill also included the lowering of a number of the lifeboats on order from the captain as we stood and watched on the promenade deck at our respective stations. To me, this drove home the seriousness of the drill and sent shivers up my spine as the boats were lowered into the loading position. I'll take the "inconvenient" HAL drill any day over the sit in a crowded lounge with people talking so you can't hear the video be played and leaving no better informed than before..
  3. Hi Beachnut. As others have noted the Fort Lauderdale airport is a 10-15 minute cab ride from the pier. Assuming your ship disembarks in Fort Lauderale you have lots of time. However, if you are going from Lauderdale to Miami international,you need to allow at least an hour for the trip. Fort Lauderdale is a medium sized airport, MIA is huge.
  4. Hi Beachnut I was referring to the Fort Lauderdale airport when writing about crowding etc. at the Air Canada-Delta terminal
  5. You should be fine, but be aware the terminal shared by Air Canada and Delta is a zoo on Sundays when a number of ships arrrive at the same time. Not a seat to spare,much pushing and shoving when flights are called etc. etc. Hopefully things will improve when the terminal is upgraded in the year ahead.
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