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I apologize if this is not the correct forum for this question, but I have searched and there is no other place I can ask this.  (No forum for Florida ports of call, that I could find anyway.)  Our Grandeur cruise stops at Cape Canaveral and Miami as ports of call.  Does anyone know if the ship docks at the usual Royal Caribbean terminal as the departure port?  Are taxis available when we dock?  Trying to figure out how far Cocoa Beach and South Beach, respectively, are from the terminals and heading there on our own.    Any other suggestions for things to do?  Thanks!  

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6 minutes ago, Love PalmTrees said:

I apologize if this is not the correct forum for this question, but I have searched and there is no other place I can ask this.  (No forum for Florida ports of call, that I could find anyway.)  Our Grandeur cruise stops at Cape Canaveral and Miami as ports of call.  Does anyone know if the ship docks at the usual Royal Caribbean terminal as the departure port?  Are taxis available when we dock?  Trying to figure out how far Cocoa Beach and South Beach, respectively, are from the terminals and heading there on our own.    Any other suggestions for things to do?  Thanks!  

 

Cocoa Beach is only about 5 miles or so south of the port. Should be taxis available 

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Thanks!  By the way, I did search the Florida Departure Port forum, but I couldn't find any topics regarding Orlando and Miami as ports of call (and not departure ports).  I did see that there are specific forums for New Orleans and other US cities as ports of call but not Orlando or Miami.  Thanks again!!  😀

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1 minute ago, Love PalmTrees said:

Thanks!  By the way, I did search the Florida Departure Port forum, but I couldn't find any topics regarding Orlando and Miami as ports of call (and not departure ports).  I did see that there are specific forums for New Orleans and other US cities as ports of call but not Orlando or Miami.  Thanks again!!  😀

 

The Florida Departures forum (and the Gulf Coast Departures forum for New Orleans) serves as both departure and port of call forums.  I see threads about excursions all the time in the Florida Departures forum.

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Good to know.  Maybe my "search skills" need some help. 🤔  I will check out those forums further.  Thanks, again.

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Uber may be less than a taxi.... if they’re allowed in, which I don’t know. We took a cab back to our hotel where we had left our car and it was way more than Uber would have been. But the taxis are right there waiting, so whichever is best for you.

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Perfect!  Helps to know that taxis are available when these places are ports of call.  Never had a port of call in the US other than Key West.  Thanks, everyone!  😄 

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17 hours ago, Love PalmTrees said:

Thanks!  By the way, I did search the Florida Departure Port forum, but I couldn't find any topics regarding Orlando and Miami as ports of call (and not departure ports).  I did see that there are specific forums for New Orleans and other US cities as ports of call but not Orlando or Miami.  Thanks again!!  😀

You would then need to post your question on the Florida Forum.  There was someone from Miami who always answered the questions posted and I have also seen many different people answering questions about Port Canaveral area on the Florida Forum.  Do not hesitate to ask your question there.  Unless you are specifically looking for a beach, there are other areas in Miami that might be of interest to you.  I have not lived there since 1987 thus much has changed but I still have friends living there and know they seldom go to South Beach.  Ask on Florida Forum for suggestions.

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17 hours ago, Love PalmTrees said:

Thanks!  By the way, I did search the Florida Departure Port forum, but I couldn't find any topics regarding Orlando and Miami as ports of call (and not departure ports).  I did see that there are specific forums for New Orleans and other US cities as ports of call but not Orlando or Miami.  Thanks again!!  😀

Maybe you couldn't find Orlando because it is landlocked in the middle of the state.

 

A good map is your friend.

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3 hours ago, Homosassa said:

Maybe you couldn't find Orlando because it is landlocked in the middle of the state.

 

A good map is your friend.

 

Royal calls it Orlando

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21 hours ago, Love PalmTrees said:

I apologize if this is not the correct forum for this question, but I have searched and there is no other place I can ask this.  (No forum for Florida ports of call, that I could find anyway.)  Our Grandeur cruise stops at Cape Canaveral and Miami as ports of call.  Does anyone know if the ship docks at the usual Royal Caribbean terminal as the departure port?  Are taxis available when we dock?  Trying to figure out how far Cocoa Beach and South Beach, respectively, are from the terminals and heading there on our own.    Any other suggestions for things to do?  Thanks!  

 

Grandeur will not dock at T1 on Sunday, Monday, or Friday. 

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1 hour ago, John&LaLa said:

 

Grandeur will not dock at T1 on Sunday, Monday, or Friday. 

And the port that you do dock at is isolated- there's nothing there, and you can't walk anywhere.  Not that it's a bad thing, but if you wanted to go for a run, you just can't do it from the other port.

 

In addition to Uber, we've used Lyft for both Canaveral and Miami.  

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only time I see GRAND' in PC from now to end of FY-19 is Aug 24, a Saturday and they are at T-1

 

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following has appeared many times in the Florida section (I know ... I posted it having saved it back in 15)

the information is somewhat dated so verify any all using the links (which may be dead if the place is kaput)

 

We think there is a lot to do near the Port - even Disneyworld and other theme parks are just an easy hour away by road!

Please look at this map of Port 
Canaveral, Cape Canaveral and Cocoa Beach for orientation:

https://www.google.com/maps/d/edit?m...0.kguiZnGCjDj0 

Step 1:
What is your cruise terminal? If 5, 6, or 10 then you need transport. Either a rental car shuttle or a pre-arranged ride. Cocoa Beach Shuttle is a good starting point for pre-arranged pickups. 888-taxi is available and despite some bad press about prices they are popular and efficient.

If 1, 3 or 4 then you have some activities within walking distance:
1. Jetty Park (FREE) for a beach/suntan. Very scenic area and very nice beach.
http://www.jettyparkbeachandcampground.com/ 
2. Beach bus stop – For $1.25 one-way, the local beach bus will take you to Cocoa Beach (Shepard Park for Ron Jon area) or within walking distance of the famous Cocoa Beach Pier (use Publix Stop). About 30 minutes to these stops.
http://www.ridescat.com/ 
3. The Cove at the Port – All the famous restaurants (Millikens, Rusty’s, Fishlips, Grills) 
http://visitportcanaveral.com/ 
4. The Exploration Tower – A bit expensive ($6.50+tax) but interesting info about the port with games for kids and 360 degree view from the 7th floor. 
http://www.explorationtower.com/ 
5. Helicopter and biplane rides - 
http://www.floridaairtours.com/ the chopper is right there behind terminal 2.

Step 2:
So you want to explore further afield in private and not using a shore excursion? 

Rental Cars:
Unless you just want a simple single visit somewhere in Cape 
Canaveral
 or Cocoa Beach, I think the best option is to rent a car for the day. Start price-shopping with Payless (within walking distance of terminals 3 & 4) but all offer port shuttles. To avoid boring waiting time with kids in tow, I suggest that one adult go early to get the car then come back to pick the family!

Please know some of the popular rental car companies share shuttles and offices. See the map above for locations and pictures of their shuttles for easier identification.

I am working on an 8-hour itinerary around the area for self-drive cruisers! Stay tuned… 

Shuttles:
If you do not want to drive or use the public beach bus, then shuttle/taxi services are available. 888-taxi -
http://cab888.com/ has a port contract with hail privileges whereas others have to pay port entry fees ($5 or more depending on vehicle size, I believe) which add to the costs. So while other companies may offer cheaper per mile or metered rates, it is best to compare them with 888-taxi before booking. They will all be busy so it is best if you call ahead. 

Here is a list of the shuttles I see most often in the area: Cocoa Beach Shuttle - 
http://www.cbshuttle.com, Beach Line -http://www.beachlineshuttle.net, Space Port - http://spaceporttransport.com/ , Hoo Ha taxi – (321) 749 3232, etc.

Expect to pay around $20 for two people for a one-way trip to Ron Jon Surf shop for example. 

Kennedy Space Center:
One of the most popular shore excursions. I always see a line of KSC buses waiting on each ship! So you can expect a crowded day at KSC. There are ways to manage your day in order to avoid lines at the top attractions – I am planning to write it up in a separate note.

A private return shuttle to Kennedy Space Center averages between $80 and $120 roundtrip for 2 people (total) plus 20% tip. If you self-drive, the parking costs are $10. 

Beach:
During winter months and if Port 
Canaveral is the first stop when sailing from NY for example, the beach is what a lot of people want! I totally understand and highly recommend to walk over to Jetty Park. The beach there is wide with some wave action and life guards are on duty. You can rent chairs and umbrellas and some beach toys (beach chair/umbrella rentals for 2 people are about $15 a day). The beach café is pretty good too! 
http://www.jettyparkbeachandcampground.com/

If you want to go to the beach near restaurants/bars, try the Cocoa Beach Pier area - http://www.cocoabeachpier.com/ or further down near Coconuts on the Beach. Cruise ship shore excursions go to Shepard beach (near Ron Jon) so do not go there if you want to avoid your fellow passengers! 

The SCAT public transport is cheap and easy (30 minutes) down to the Pier and Ron Jon areas. There are several areas (and companies) for learning how to surf, paddleboard, etc. I know the kids love the surfing lessons so please consider that but do be aware the water is cold in winter and I recommend you use a surf school that supply wetsuits. 

Activities (Orlando area):
I understand the attraction but it is tough for me to recommend a whirlwind bus or private tour of any of the Orlando theme parks. It is almost impossible to experience the parks in a long day, so a half-day trip is pretty intense! Ride lines will be long, it may be very hot, the transfers take at least an hour each way and it is very expensive for what you can achieve on such a rushed excursion.

It may be best to rent a car and visit just Downtown Disney (a free Disney-like experience but be aware it is mostly restaurants and shops) and perhaps a lesser-known place like Gatorland. I will think more about this and perhaps write a separate note about Orlando options. 

Activities (other than Orlando and Kennedy Space Center):
The best activities around Port 
Canaveral
 are beach or nature-based but there are very good museums too. Manatees, gators, airboats, learn to surf, kayak, hike, etc. are on offer. Airboats are a lot of noisy fun!
Pre-arrangements/bookings are crucial. 

Disclaimer - I do not endorse any of the companies/establishments listed and I have no relationship (personal or business) with them. My list is just a starting point of different activities so please do your own research! However, we’ve had have positive experiences with many of the listings below and are constantly trying new ones! 

a) Sunward Tours - 
http://www.sunwardtours.com They can arrange just about any activity
b) FunDay Tours - 
https://www.facebook.com/funday.tours Work primarily with pre-formed groups such as shore trips but check them out anyway
c) Segway Tours - 
http://spacecoastsegwaytours.com/ will guide you around the port
d) Airboat rides – There are several but most shore excursions go to Midway - 
http://www.airboatridesatmidway.com/ or Lone Cabbage - http://www.twisterairboatrides.com/ . To get away from the crowds, try Grasshopper -http://www.airboatecotours.com/ , Old Fashioned Airboat Rides - http://airboatrides.com or Switchgrass -http://switchgrassoutfitters.com 
e) Kayaking to see manatees and wildlife - Adventure Kayak - 
http://kayakcocoabeach.com/, Fin Expeditions -http://www.finexpeditions.com for Cocoa Beach’s Thousand Islands. Also Calypso - http://calypsokayaking.com at Manatee Cove not far from Kennedy Space Center. Note – from November to March the Manatees prefer warmer water in other areas and may not be seen regularly around Canaveral.
f) Learn to Surf. Cocoa Beach Surf Company - 
http://cocoabeachsurf.com/surf_lessons_camp.html or Ron Jonhttp://www.ronjonsurfschool.com are solid representatives of the surf school companies
g) Air Force Space and Missile History Center – 
http://www.afspacemuseum.org/historycenter/ The history of the launch areas around Canaveral. Very informative.
h) Warbird Museum – 
http://www.vacwarbirds.net/ If you love aviation then this is the place to go. Lovingly maintained by volunteers (mostly ex-armed forces). It is an amazing museum.
i) Police Hall of Fame – 
http://www.aphf.org/museum.html More interesting than most expect. Various exhibits of the history of major crime as well as impressive though very sad memorial. 
j) Astronaut Hall of Fame - 
https://www.kennedyspacecenter.com/t...l-of-fame.aspx is part of the Kennedy Space Center experience but in a different location.
k) Brevard Zoo and Treetop Trek - 
https://brevardzoo.org/ 
l) Shopping - Dinosaur Store and Museum - 
http://dinosaurstore.com/ and Ron Jon Surf Shop -http://www.ronjonsurfshop.com/ Fun for kids old and young!
m) Wildlife Parks - Jungle Adventures – 
http://www.jungleadventures.com - An old-time Florida animal park. Not fancy but friendly and interesting. Larger than Expected. Shore excursions often combine the Jungle and a Midway Airboat ride in the same package. 
n) Boat rides on the Banana River to see wildlife including manatees (not many around during Nov and Apr). Start with Island Boat Lines - 
http://www.islandboatlines.com/ and also Wild Side Tours http://wildsidetours.com/
o) Forever Florida - http://foreverflorida.com a really adventurous safari with swamp buggy rides, ziplines, etc! A bit far unless you have car.
p) Cocoa Beach Skatepark - 
http://cocoabeachskatepark.com/ Certainly unusual for cruisers but a seriously fun and safe skatepark for the cool kids in your family if they packed skate boards! Open at 4pm during school days so plan accordingly so they can skate for 2 hours or so before returning to your ship.
q) Brewery – Florida Beer Company - 
https://www.facebook.com/FloridaBeerCompany
 a very good tour and tasting arrangement! Close to the Port.
r) Sightseeing – Some cruisers prefer more leisurely excursions and most ships offer affordable hourly hop-on, hop-off bus trips to Cocoa Beach and Cocoa Village. Passengers can explore the areas on foot and return to the ship when they want. The beach buses stop between Ron Jon Surf Shop and Shepard Park in Cocoa Beach (for a typical East Coast Florida beach and surf experience). From there they offer constant bus shuttles to the north end of Riverfront Park in Cocoa Village (for a historic downtown experience). You can easily do the same in private using a rental car or taxis/shuttles (watch the costs though). SCAT buses (Route 9 and the 520 connector) will be cheapest but will take much longer. 

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23 hours ago, Capt_BJ said:

only time I see GRAND' in PC from now to end of FY-19 is Aug 24, a Saturday and they are at T-1

 

*******************

following has appeared many times in the Florida section (I know ... I posted it having saved it back in 15)

the information is somewhat dated so verify any all using the links (which may be dead if the place is kaput)

 

We think there is a lot to do near the Port - even Disneyworld and other theme parks are just an easy hour away by road!

Please look at this map of Port 
Canaveral, Cape Canaveral and Cocoa Beach for orientation:

https://www.google.com/maps/d/edit?m...0.kguiZnGCjDj0 

Step 1:
What is your cruise terminal? If 5, 6, or 10 then you need transport. Either a rental car shuttle or a pre-arranged ride. Cocoa Beach Shuttle is a good starting point for pre-arranged pickups. 888-taxi is available and despite some bad press about prices they are popular and efficient.

If 1, 3 or 4 then you have some activities within walking distance:
1. Jetty Park (FREE) for a beach/suntan. Very scenic area and very nice beach.
http://www.jettyparkbeachandcampground.com/ 
2. Beach bus stop – For $1.25 one-way, the local beach bus will take you to Cocoa Beach (Shepard Park for Ron Jon area) or within walking distance of the famous Cocoa Beach Pier (use Publix Stop). About 30 minutes to these stops.
http://www.ridescat.com/ 
3. The Cove at the Port – All the famous restaurants (Millikens, Rusty’s, Fishlips, Grills) 
http://visitportcanaveral.com/ 
4. The Exploration Tower – A bit expensive ($6.50+tax) but interesting info about the port with games for kids and 360 degree view from the 7th floor. 
http://www.explorationtower.com/ 
5. Helicopter and biplane rides - 
http://www.floridaairtours.com/ the chopper is right there behind terminal 2.

Step 2:
So you want to explore further afield in private and not using a shore excursion? 

Rental Cars:
Unless you just want a simple single visit somewhere in Cape 
Canaveral
 or Cocoa Beach, I think the best option is to rent a car for the day. Start price-shopping with Payless (within walking distance of terminals 3 & 4) but all offer port shuttles. To avoid boring waiting time with kids in tow, I suggest that one adult go early to get the car then come back to pick the family!

Please know some of the popular rental car companies share shuttles and offices. See the map above for locations and pictures of their shuttles for easier identification.

I am working on an 8-hour itinerary around the area for self-drive cruisers! Stay tuned… 

Shuttles:
If you do not want to drive or use the public beach bus, then shuttle/taxi services are available. 888-taxi -
http://cab888.com/ has a port contract with hail privileges whereas others have to pay port entry fees ($5 or more depending on vehicle size, I believe) which add to the costs. So while other companies may offer cheaper per mile or metered rates, it is best to compare them with 888-taxi before booking. They will all be busy so it is best if you call ahead. 

Here is a list of the shuttles I see most often in the area: Cocoa Beach Shuttle - 
http://www.cbshuttle.com, Beach Line -http://www.beachlineshuttle.net, Space Port - http://spaceporttransport.com/ , Hoo Ha taxi – (321) 749 3232, etc.

Expect to pay around $20 for two people for a one-way trip to Ron Jon Surf shop for example. 

Kennedy Space Center:
One of the most popular shore excursions. I always see a line of KSC buses waiting on each ship! So you can expect a crowded day at KSC. There are ways to manage your day in order to avoid lines at the top attractions – I am planning to write it up in a separate note.

A private return shuttle to Kennedy Space Center averages between $80 and $120 roundtrip for 2 people (total) plus 20% tip. If you self-drive, the parking costs are $10. 

Beach:
During winter months and if Port 
Canaveral is the first stop when sailing from NY for example, the beach is what a lot of people want! I totally understand and highly recommend to walk over to Jetty Park. The beach there is wide with some wave action and life guards are on duty. You can rent chairs and umbrellas and some beach toys (beach chair/umbrella rentals for 2 people are about $15 a day). The beach café is pretty good too! 
http://www.jettyparkbeachandcampground.com/

If you want to go to the beach near restaurants/bars, try the Cocoa Beach Pier area - http://www.cocoabeachpier.com/ or further down near Coconuts on the Beach. Cruise ship shore excursions go to Shepard beach (near Ron Jon) so do not go there if you want to avoid your fellow passengers! 

The SCAT public transport is cheap and easy (30 minutes) down to the Pier and Ron Jon areas. There are several areas (and companies) for learning how to surf, paddleboard, etc. I know the kids love the surfing lessons so please consider that but do be aware the water is cold in winter and I recommend you use a surf school that supply wetsuits. 

Activities (Orlando area):
I understand the attraction but it is tough for me to recommend a whirlwind bus or private tour of any of the Orlando theme parks. It is almost impossible to experience the parks in a long day, so a half-day trip is pretty intense! Ride lines will be long, it may be very hot, the transfers take at least an hour each way and it is very expensive for what you can achieve on such a rushed excursion.

It may be best to rent a car and visit just Downtown Disney (a free Disney-like experience but be aware it is mostly restaurants and shops) and perhaps a lesser-known place like Gatorland. I will think more about this and perhaps write a separate note about Orlando options. 

Activities (other than Orlando and Kennedy Space Center):
The best activities around Port 
Canaveral
 are beach or nature-based but there are very good museums too. Manatees, gators, airboats, learn to surf, kayak, hike, etc. are on offer. Airboats are a lot of noisy fun!
Pre-arrangements/bookings are crucial. 

Disclaimer - I do not endorse any of the companies/establishments listed and I have no relationship (personal or business) with them. My list is just a starting point of different activities so please do your own research! However, we’ve had have positive experiences with many of the listings below and are constantly trying new ones! 

a) Sunward Tours - 
http://www.sunwardtours.com They can arrange just about any activity
b) FunDay Tours - 
https://www.facebook.com/funday.tours Work primarily with pre-formed groups such as shore trips but check them out anyway
c) Segway Tours - 
http://spacecoastsegwaytours.com/ will guide you around the port
d) Airboat rides – There are several but most shore excursions go to Midway - 
http://www.airboatridesatmidway.com/ or Lone Cabbage - http://www.twisterairboatrides.com/ . To get away from the crowds, try Grasshopper -http://www.airboatecotours.com/ , Old Fashioned Airboat Rides - http://airboatrides.com or Switchgrass -http://switchgrassoutfitters.com 
e) Kayaking to see manatees and wildlife - Adventure Kayak - 
http://kayakcocoabeach.com/, Fin Expeditions -http://www.finexpeditions.com for Cocoa Beach’s Thousand Islands. Also Calypso - http://calypsokayaking.com at Manatee Cove not far from Kennedy Space Center. Note – from November to March the Manatees prefer warmer water in other areas and may not be seen regularly around Canaveral.
f) Learn to Surf. Cocoa Beach Surf Company - 
http://cocoabeachsurf.com/surf_lessons_camp.html or Ron Jonhttp://www.ronjonsurfschool.com are solid representatives of the surf school companies
g) Air Force Space and Missile History Center – 
http://www.afspacemuseum.org/historycenter/ The history of the launch areas around Canaveral. Very informative.
h) Warbird Museum – 
http://www.vacwarbirds.net/ If you love aviation then this is the place to go. Lovingly maintained by volunteers (mostly ex-armed forces). It is an amazing museum.
i) Police Hall of Fame – 
http://www.aphf.org/museum.html More interesting than most expect. Various exhibits of the history of major crime as well as impressive though very sad memorial. 
j) Astronaut Hall of Fame - 
https://www.kennedyspacecenter.com/t...l-of-fame.aspx is part of the Kennedy Space Center experience but in a different location.
k) Brevard Zoo and Treetop Trek - 
https://brevardzoo.org/ 
l) Shopping - Dinosaur Store and Museum - 
http://dinosaurstore.com/ and Ron Jon Surf Shop -http://www.ronjonsurfshop.com/ Fun for kids old and young!
m) Wildlife Parks - Jungle Adventures – 
http://www.jungleadventures.com - An old-time Florida animal park. Not fancy but friendly and interesting. Larger than Expected. Shore excursions often combine the Jungle and a Midway Airboat ride in the same package. 
n) Boat rides on the Banana River to see wildlife including manatees (not many around during Nov and Apr). Start with Island Boat Lines - 
http://www.islandboatlines.com/ and also Wild Side Tours http://wildsidetours.com/
o) Forever Florida - http://foreverflorida.com a really adventurous safari with swamp buggy rides, ziplines, etc! A bit far unless you have car.
p) Cocoa Beach Skatepark - 
http://cocoabeachskatepark.com/ Certainly unusual for cruisers but a seriously fun and safe skatepark for the cool kids in your family if they packed skate boards! Open at 4pm during school days so plan accordingly so they can skate for 2 hours or so before returning to your ship.
q) Brewery – Florida Beer Company - 
https://www.facebook.com/FloridaBeerCompany
 a very good tour and tasting arrangement! Close to the Port.
r) Sightseeing – Some cruisers prefer more leisurely excursions and most ships offer affordable hourly hop-on, hop-off bus trips to Cocoa Beach and Cocoa Village. Passengers can explore the areas on foot and return to the ship when they want. The beach buses stop between Ron Jon Surf Shop and Shepard Park in Cocoa Beach (for a typical East Coast Florida beach and surf experience). From there they offer constant bus shuttles to the north end of Riverfront Park in Cocoa Village (for a historic downtown experience). You can easily do the same in private using a rental car or taxis/shuttles (watch the costs though). SCAT buses (Route 9 and the 520 connector) will be cheapest but will take much longer. 

We will be in PC on Oct.19.2019, thank you for saving me hours of research!

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Capt BJ:  Thank you soooo much for your awesome and very detailed reply.  I happened to see it, but do not have the time right now to go through it all.  When I have more time, I will check it all out.  We are looking to just do our own thing in both ports.  Years ago we spent a few pre-cruise days at the Cocoa Beach hotel (Best Western?) that is in the same building as Ron Jon's Surf Shop.  We loved the beach that is right there and are looking to just do a relaxing "beach day".  It looks like that is very doable.  Thanks again for all the details!!!!  😀😊

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