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Old 06-20-2008, 07:45 AM
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I do hope Port Everglades gets the problems with traffic flow, customs/immigration, and parking straightened out BEFORE they bring a ship that size in there. They're good at handling 3-5 ships of normal size, but they'll either need to bring her in by herself, or beef up the port and staff. If they don't, it'll take 2 days to board her and 4 days to debark. (Just kidding, but we were there when there were 8 ships in port. We didn't get off until 11:30am. The traffic was unbelievable, you did better walking. It took some people 4 hours to get through security to get on board.).