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Day Pass for Cruise Ship?

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Does Royal sell day passes for their cruise ships?  If so, do you know for how much and who to contact to arrange it?  Traveling on Anthem 2/23 and we'll be docking for a day in Port Canaveral, near my cousin.  Looking into options of what we can do for the day, and wondered if we can pay a fee to bring her onboard for the day.  I vaguely remember reading someone talking about day passes for a cruise line somewhere, though I think it might have been a new ship the line (not necessarily Royal) was trying to show off.  Thanks! 

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This is not offered.  I believe it was possible prior to 9/11, but in this post-9/11 world it is not.   

 

They do, at times, do tours for credentialed Travel Agents.  That is probably what you heard about.

 

Steve

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The only cruise line that was offering Day Passes that I know of, was Princess, however I don't know if they still do this. This doesn't help you for Royal. We did it once, had lunch on board but had to be off by 2  PM so didn't give you a lot of time to explore. Cost was around $40

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1 hour ago, Desert Cruizers said:

The only cruise line that was offering Day Passes that I know of, was Princess, however I don't know if they still do this. This doesn't help you for Royal. We did it once, had lunch on board but had to be off by 2  PM so didn't give you a lot of time to explore. Cost was around $40

 

Princess Bon Voyage Experience (BVE) program currently is $39 and offered at several US ports.  You check in exactly the same as passengers but board a bit earlier.  Includes lunch with wine, tour, photo and $39 Future Cruise Deposit.  Nothing like it on Royal.  People do book these for friends and if they run out of $100 FCD deposits and need more (this allows you to book any cruise with no more money down than that $100 and you get OBC back when you cruise).

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