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How many Cruise ships in port schedule?

Stinky Taters

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I looked at both links shown above and the second one shows Golden in Castries on Apr. 5th and Barbados on Apr. 6th. Our itinerary says Barbados on the 5th and Castries on the 6th. This worries me because we booked excursions on our own for Barbados on the 5th! Should I be concerned?

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I like to know which ships are docking with me at a specific location in those ports where there are a couple different locations. San Juan, PR has eluded me completely - anyone know of the official port site for SJ or PR, or how to find out that information? I know Celebrity uses Pan American Pier, but that's about all I've been able to find out!

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Most of those cruise sites aren't updated. That's why I try to find port sites to check against what cruise line tells me - and to see what other ships are in port with ours. It takes more work to find the sites, but it's usually more accurate once you do find it!

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