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My Set Sail has Expedited arrival.  All I can find is that it says you bypass some lines.  Do you get to go thru the Suite/Pinnacle Line at security?

 

We did not upload photos so I don't know how you can just go and board.  That is also what I read.

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Are you going out of Ft. Lauderdale/Port Everglades? If so, look for the signs for the Expedited Arrival line. Go through the line and inside the terminal entryway they will send you to an agent with an iPad. Check in is done right there, and they can take your picture there also. Then they send you through security/luggage check, then a separate line will take you to the  back of the terminal to get the escalator or elevator upstairs to the waiting area. We had it last year, and check in was really a breeze. 

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13 minutes ago, sandebeach said:

Are you going out of Ft. Lauderdale/Port Everglades? If so, look for the signs for the Expedited Arrival line. Go through the line and inside the terminal entryway they will send you to an agent with an iPad. Check in is done right there, and they can take your picture there also. Then they send you through security/luggage check, then a separate line will take you to the  back of the terminal to get the escalator or elevator upstairs to the waiting area. We had it last year, and check in was really a breeze. 

Port Canaveral

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Our SetSail passes did NOT say expedited arrival, but we were still directed to the agents with iPads and BREEZED through.  It was awesome!

 

Walking into the terminal to walking onto the ship in 10 minutes flat.

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Yes, it is when you have fully completed your on-line check-in ahead of time. You are then directed to the "expedited" line

where you will be checked i. They examine all of your paperwork and identification and you then proceed to go on your way to board the ship. It keeps you from having to go and wait in those long lines at the pier. My experience was only for "Port Canaveral". it is also located after you go through "Security"....

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7 minutes ago, GEORGIEGIRL said:

Yes, it is when you have fully completed your on-line check-in ahead of time. You are then directed to the "expedited" line

where you will be checked i. They examine all of your paperwork and identification and you then proceed to go on your way to board the ship. It keeps you from having to go and wait in those long lines at the pier. My experience was only for "Port Canaveral". it is also located after you go through "Security"....

Thanks I was afraid that is the case that it is AFTER security.  The agent that I messaged at Royal on FB assured me that to follow the signs at security and YES there is a separate line at PC.  They also told me that there D+ are still allowed thru the Pinnacle/Suite line at security and we know that is NOT the case

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On 4/20/2019 at 8:19 AM, molly361 said:

Anyone else have experience with this as PC??

 

We just went through expedited arrival at PC on Harmony. You go to a special check in line, a separate security line and get to go straight onto the ship when you get though it all. We were dropped off at 11:10 and on the boat at 11:30. It was awesome. 

 

Also of note, we had 4 in our party and only one had expedited and they escorted all 4 of us through. 

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When we recently checked in in Port Canaveral for enchantment we went to the people with the iPads and they had us checked in and on the ship in no time. Fastest and easiest checkin ever‼️

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