5 Reasons to Arrive to Your Cruise a Day Early
Posted on March 19, 2018
Any seasoned cruiser will advise you to arrive early to your port city- and they don’t mean an hour before boarding. Cruise veterans are famous for arriving a whole day before embarkation to enjoy a stress-free cruise experience from start to finish. Here are 5 reasons why it pays to be an early bird.
1. Flight Delays
Air travel can send weather curveballs in your path. Even a minor flight delay can leave you nervously watching the clock right up until your cruise check-in. Cruise veterans know that the risk of flying in on embarkation day is just not worth the hassle. Play it safe, arrive a day early and spend the extra night exploring your port city.
2. See the City Sights
3. Take Advantage of Embarkation Day
4. Last Minute Shopping
Cruising changes your routine and brings you a new, more relaxed state of mind. Why not get a head start? Rest your tired feet a day early and allow yourself to switch gears to the pampered lifestyle. You will get the most out of your cruise by kicking off your vacation refreshed and relaxed.
If your cruise departs from Port Canaveral, be sure to book your pre and post cruise accommodations through Go Port. We’ll take care of everything you need from a hotel stay to transportation or cruise parking so all you have to worry about is enjoying your cruise.
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