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Mr. Sanchos with 7 ships in port


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We were there in December and there were quite a few ships in port (we were a ship that ended up tendering). By the time we got there, if you wanted a table by the ocean, they were pretty much filling up quickly. We ended up sharing a table with a family of 3 that for some reason had taken up 2 tables and 6 chairs. :eek:


We had a great time and didn't feel too crowded. It made for a good day.


I have a complete review with tons of pictures in my signature line if you are interested. :)

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I don't recommend it with that many ships. We go all the time but never again with more then 3 ships. We found the service to be lacking, ordered food that never arrived, can't even get in the pool, and only tables not close to the beach. I really don't think they limit it to 200 on the all inclusive side.


Now when there's only 1 or 2 ships in port, I highly recommend them!

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