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Old 08-28-2009, 02:36 PM
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The only problem I see is, they're moving the bottleneck from the gangway to the pier. We were screened on the ground in Trinidad then again on the ship. The line to get into the screening area was at least 400 deep. The line to get on the ship was maybe 30 deep. This was on the Sea Princess that only held 1950 passengers. 5400 passengers passing through screening on the ground is still going to cause massive backups unless they have 15-20 lines open.