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Is it possible to walk from Terminal A(Royal Caribbean) to Terminal F(MSC)?  If so, about how far apart are they?

Thank you.

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yes ... roughly a mile . . 

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1 minute ago, Capt_BJ said:

yes

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I already looked at the map but was wondering if any of the areas are fenced off.

 

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the yellow roads are walkable

 

you can 'walk it' on Google Maps/Earth street view

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3 minutes ago, Capt_BJ said:

the yellow roads are walkable

 

you can 'walk it' on Google Maps/Earth street view

Thanks for quick reply.

 

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3 hours ago, lakelorain said:

Thanks for quick reply.

 

 

It is an ugly walk due to the construction of Terminal B. There was no sidewalk when I last drove there a few months ago.

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It's about a 10 minute walk.  A little more challenging with construction but very doable unless you have luggage.

 

Just get help if you are switching ships if the construction is still going at the time you are there.

 

Keith

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I have a lot of time to kill so I thought I'd walk if it's possible.  I only have one wheeled suitcase so that isn't a problem.  Thanks for your replies.  

 

 

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1 hour ago, lakelorain said:

I have a lot of time to kill so I thought I'd walk if it's possible.  I only have one wheeled suitcase so that isn't a problem.  Thanks for your replies.  

 

 

 

Unless they've opened a sidewalk at terminal B to allow a straight path by the time you arrive, your walk will be closer to 1.5 miles from door to door if you need to walk around the construction. I just checked my GPS mileage from my last drive at the Port. 

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5 minutes ago, SteerageJoe said:

 

Unless they've opened a sidewalk at terminal B to allow a straight path by the time you arrive, your walk will be closer to 1.5 miles from door to door if you need to walk around the construction. I just checked my GPS mileage from my last drive at the Port. 

Thanks for the update.  I don't mind the walk if it is nice weather.  I may have to reconsider my plans.

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If possible, can you please report back on how it went when you return.  We are considering doing the same thing in January and my mother, who is 73, is coming.  She is pretty spry but may not be up to leaping over barriers hauling luggage.

 

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9 minutes ago, IceChick said:

If possible, can you please report back on how it went when you return.  We are considering doing the same thing in January and my mother, who is 73, is coming.  She is pretty spry but may not be up to leaping over barriers hauling luggage.

 

If I do it, I will definitely report back.  If it's too hot or rainy, I'll grab a taxi.  Some others I know are taking a taxi.

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3 minutes ago, lakelorain said:

If I do it, I will definitely report back.  If it's too hot or rainy, I'll grab a taxi.  Some others I know are taking a taxi.

Thanks!  I had read somewhere that taxi's were not keen to do this so I was looking for other options in case.  The quote below is from a previous post regarding transport between terminals, might try that too.

 

"There is a free shuttle you can use...it's an unmarked white coach with a sign in the window "Complimentary to Parking Garages". We had checked with the ladies who are organizing the taxis in front of the Celebrity terminal and one of them  called the coach driver to stop for us....it's free but we gave the driver a nice tip for taking us to Terminal B"

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Another cruise critic member has used a taxi.  Her advice is to put your luggage in the taxi and get in it before you tell the driver where you want to go.

I know there used to be a shuttle but I don't know if it still runs.  The trolley only goes to the last few terminals.

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