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Overnight in Cabo

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I’m on Jewel of the Seas on a Panama Canal Cruise shortly.  We stay overnight in Cabo and I’m curious if the casino is open in the evening.

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Cabo is a tender port.

Most ships that stay there over night actually go out to sea in the evening before going back to the spot where they drop anchor during the day so the casinos are open that night.

I have not been on that particular ship to know if they follow that same pattern.

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If the ship goes out to sea (in order to open the ship's casino), then the ship cannot be tendering passengers to and from the dock overnight.  I had not heard of that situation.

 

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I am not aware that the ships tender people to and from the port overnight.

It would be good to get some feedback from folks who have been on Royal Caribbean ships in that port.

Carnival for sure goes out to sea overnight in Cabo!

It appears that Princess stays anchored and does not go out to sea but runs tenders until midnight , not all night.

It looks like each cruise line does it differently.

I don't think that Royal Caribbean does this port regularly so it will be interesting to read about what they do there.

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On 2/14/2019 at 8:51 PM, riffatsea said:

I am not aware that the ships tender people to and from the port overnight.

It would be good to get some feedback from folks who have been on Royal Caribbean ships in that port.

Carnival for sure goes out to sea overnight in Cabo!

It appears that Princess stays anchored and does not go out to sea but runs tenders until midnight , not all night.

It looks like each cruise line does it differently.

I don't think that Royal Caribbean does this port regularly so it will be interesting to read about what they do there.

I sail on Monday and will post the info when we leave Cabo (day 14 and 15).  Royal Caribbean only does a few Panama Canal cruises a year that stop there but based on what I’ve read, they tender all night but not regularly.  

 

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