Q. Do I get time to look around a port of call on embarkation day if I am on a Fly Cruise?

If you are joining the ship on a Fly Cruise and would like to have time to see the port of call on your embarkation day this is possible however, the length of time you get to look around the port of call will depend on what time your flight arrives, transfers and how long embarkation takes.  

Once you have checked in on-board you are welcome to disembark to look around the port. 

Please be aware that if your flight were to be delayed or the ship brought the muster drill forward this would need to be taken into account and will affect how much time you will have to look around the port.

 

Disembarkation

Guests who have their flights booked with us, have the privilege of staying on-board until nearer to their flight departure time.

You will still have access to all outlets on-board like the restaurants and bars however the shops will be closed.

You will then be picked up by organised coaches and taken to the airport. 

Guests who have made independent flight arrangements will be required to disembark the ship in accordance with your disembarkation time which will be provided a few days prior to the end of your cruise. 

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