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Carnival Sunshine Recap with Drone Footage!

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How did you take drone footage in Amber Cove?  They have signs all over the place saying it is a drone-free port.  (Pretty sure it was Amber Cove, might have been Grand Turk.  Question would still apply.)

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I believe that drones are on Carnival's prohibited items list as well.

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33 minutes ago, evandbob said:

 

I believe that drones are on Carnival's prohibited items list as well.

 

 

 

Drones are permitted on Carnival.

Scroll down to (Items For Port Use Only)

 

 

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⬇️ Drones permitted - Port use only ⬇️

 

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2 hours ago, ProgRockCruiser said:

How did you take drone footage in Amber Cove?  They have signs all over the place saying it is a drone-free port.  (Pretty sure it was Amber Cove, might have been Grand Turk.  Question would still apply.)

 

Well, this was 2017 so I'm not sure if it was the same back then.  However, many cruise ports have signs that say no drones, but most of them are talking about the actual port/pier.  For instance, I was in Freeport and actually had the police rush to me with loud speakers on saying land the drone immediately.  I had written permission to fly anywhere in the Bahamas and expressed that to them.  They explained to me that is fine, but the pier's are usually (and certainly in Freeport) a no fly zone due to security.  So, I've been to many other ports with signs and if you go into town, or more inland, etc, most country's will permit you to fly.

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2 hours ago, evandbob said:

I believe that drones are on Carnival's prohibited items list as well.

 

Carnival permits them.  So does Royal.  As of right now, the only cruise line that I've had an issue with my drone was Norwegian.

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