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Transportation from the Carnival Magic to the Carnival Mardi Gras


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33 minutes ago, VagabondTom said:

In Port Canaveral on Sept. 4

 

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1 hour ago, VagabondTom said:

In Port Canaveral on Sept. 4

 

Hi 

 

Without checking into all the details, I think the two ships will be docked next to each other. It is a relatively small port. If you have ordinary mobility, you should be able to walk it with your luggage. If you need help with your luggage you could pay one of the porters to walk the luggage with you. If you cannot walk it you could take a taxi, but as I said, I believe we are talking about several hundred yards at most. 

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"Without checking into all the details, I think the two ships will be docked next to each other. It is a relatively small port."

 

Actually the NEW terminal built for Mardi G is as far from the existing Carn' terminals as possible AND they are on opposite sides of a draw bridge that is not open to foot traffic. Unless Carn' institutes some sort of free shuttle (none existed pre-covid) you'll need a taxi / uber <p.s. Carn' Magic is sitting at terminal 6 this morning>

 

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