Posted December 14th, 2011, 12:37 AM
How does one find out where their cruise ship will dock at each port?
Keith1010 - Thanks; that's exactly what I was trying to find out. I was wondering how you know which pier the ship will dock at once it reaches the particular port. Specifically the Valor cruise on 5/12/12 going to St. Thomas VI, Antigua, Tortola BVI, and Bahamas.I would do three things.
Thanks to everyone who has responded thus far.
http://www.cruisecal.com/portal/The original poster is not trying to find the ports. Rather, the specific piers and their location/address.
there is another called cruiseports something or other
The original poster is not trying to find the ports. Rather, the specific piers and their location/address.
I also find it really useful to check port schedules for how many and which ships will be in the same day.
This is useful , as you can gauge how busy it will be and possibly book excursions or not depending.
This year we berthed in Antigua with 3 other large ships , so we booked a private tour on line to work around all the crowds. At other ports of call we were the only ship and we did half day excursions and were able to wander happily for rest of day.
Google port authority for area and go from there.
Regards and happy cruising.