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Old 10-29-2003, 06:33 AM
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We are sailing in March with late teen daughter and want to take in a few shore trips. I am sure all will be busy due to spring break so here is my first timer questions: What are the best tours.. and do they need to be booked by the cruise line or are there ample left when the boat docks? My wife is a non-swimmer and would we be able to do the Stngrays? Thanks for any input

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Old 10-29-2003, 06:33 AM
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We are sailing in March with late teen daughter and want to take in a few shore trips. I am sure all will be busy due to spring break so here is my first timer questions: What are the best tours.. and do they need to be booked by the cruise line or are there ample left when the boat docks? My wife is a non-swimmer and would we be able to do the Stngrays? Thanks for any input

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My husband and I will also be traveling with our two teens on the Grand during Spring Break.We have done this itinerary once before with Carnival and my son, who does not like swimming, really enjoyed the 4 hour jeep trek to the wildlife preserve in Cozumel. It did offer snorkeling but not many people took advantage of it when we went. I am not sure if Princess offers this but I would recommend it.See you on board!
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In response to your question about snorkeling,Have read alot about the ship excursions pack you in like sardines.Researched and found 2 company,s highly recommended,I booked with one of them.Nativewaywatersports.com is one and the other is captainmarvins.com. Hope this helps.
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Does the Grand leave from galveston ???
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Does the Grand leave from galveston ???


Not until Nov, 2004
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