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Getting off ship after embarkation in Sidney?


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That “can’t leave the ship once you’ve boarded or re-boarded (in the case of B2B)” rule caught us unawares too, two years ago.  It makes turnarounds somewhat cumbersome.  Can’t say I’m a fan (of the rule...I have an ongoing love affair with Sydney). 

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26 minutes ago, OzKiwiJJ said:

Yes, the rules have changed. We  did a cruise from the Overseas Passenger Terminal in March 2015 and there were signs all over the terminal stating that you couldn't leave the ship once you had embarked. From comments I heard it was a new policy then. I can't recall seeing those notices on subsequent cruises from the OPT but I'm fairly sure that policy is still in place.

Yeah it was around the begin8ng if 2015 it started if I recall.

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