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Time in Cozumel


acorn39

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it will be central time in cozumel the same as when you depart from new orleans . I you where sailing from the east coast you would change your watch and watch your time . But they will make it very clear to you on the ship through anouncement and the caper if you have to change your time

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it will be central time in cozumel the same as when you depart from new orleans . I you where sailing from the east coast you would change your watch and watch your time . But they will make it very clear to you on the ship through anouncement and the caper if you have to change your time

 

Cozumel remains on Central Standard Time until April 5th. Since the U.S. extended the length of the "Savings Season", this has been the source of mucho confusion.

 

Cozumel is now and will remain until Sunday April 5th on Central Standard, two hours behind Miami (Eastern) and one hour behing New Orleans (Central Daylight Savings).

 

Pay attention to whatever your ship says. I know of four young ladies who missed their ship the other day in confusion over ship time vs local time.

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