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If we are in the Cayman Islands on Oct, 2 Our schedule says we will we will be in port 7:am to 4:pm.

So with the U.S. observing daylight savings time, Cayman time will be 6:am to 3:pm for booking excursion.

Am i correct?

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No.....no matter what time it is on the island you always stay on ship time


Thank you so much

I understand that but I'm sure private excursion run on Cayman time. So I was trying to make sure we had time.

I think Cayman is Eastern time in the winter and Central time in the summer because they do not observe daylight savings time. So I'm pretty sure Island time and ship time can be different at different times of the year.

I was checking if any body knew for sure.

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Be sure to allow for all of the Carnival exursions being on the first few tenders. You and everyone in your party will need to go get a tender ticket. Everyone must be present and can't leave the lounge until your tender is called.


It will probably be at least 7:45 ship time before the 1st tender tickets to be called.

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