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I am not looking for options for then as I am b2b2b but at another time.  To be honest none of these options appeal so I would get a day room.  This ship never goes to Miami a day early and it is a port that gives issues - no option of late disembarkation and flights typically late evening.  

It is an area that Azamara should improve on reverting to how they use to be and what they were previously working on, if they got it right they could actually make some money out of it!

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We were allowed late disembarkation in Venice.  We were told it is at the port authorities discretion.  35$ each until 1.30 pm.  We were first told 2.30pm, then later 1.30pm.   I have to say we didn’t enjoy it because it’s not nice seeing all the excited newcomers get on when you are going home!  We will look at other alternatives in future.

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