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Old 04-23-2010, 03:14 PM
 
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Being from the Bay Area we have been doing that intinery forever and would continue to do so. It was always possible to take the whole family and groups of friends since driving to the pier was an option.I know about the same time Rccl is pulling out of the market Disney is jumping right in and taking it's place.
I think the cruise to book will be from LA to Sao Paolo when they go around the horn. If the airfare home does't kill ya.In Febuary it will be summer.We had friends that did the trip over and paid less than 35 dollars a day.
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Being that I am new to cruising, does this mean Royal Carribean will not sail from the west coast anymore?
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does this mean Royal Carribean will not sail from the west coast anymore?
That is the case for 2011 and beyond until the end of their current schedules. RCI says they will evaluate the west coast for future deployments but to answer your question, once the Mariner leaves next January they will be gone from that market.
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Royal Caribbean clarifies reason for moving the Mariner out of California. No surprise. It just wasn't generating enough revenue. Adam Goldstein's Blog Post
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They probably would do better putting a ship back doing shorter cruises.
 
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