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Joey G 02-12-2009 01:13 PM

We are cruising the Southern Caribbean on the AOS leaving from San Juan . Is there an RCCL / private website that lists the land excursions available for each island visited ? Islands include Bridgetown , Castries , St. Johns, Philipsburg and St. Croix.
Thanks for the anticipated info

penny3333 02-12-2009 02:02 PM

You should have a personal account for your cruise with excursions available. You normally log in with your booking number, username, and password. That's where you fill out all of your information on-line and print your boarding passes. Or did you book through a travel agent? If so, you should still be able to set up an on-line account. If you go to their website and click on "Before You Board" tab, there will be a selection for your on-line account. Hope this helps.

Dave 02-12-2009 02:10 PM

Sometimes they don't have the excursions for a specific cruise available. For instance, my upcoming Grandeur cruise still shows "not available" when I try to pull up the excursions for our cruise. Yours may not be available until later on this year.

However you can see what is offered at each port by going here and looking at your ports. Just bear in mind that things might change by the time your cruise is ready to go. Go to a port and then look on the right for "learn more" and the link for tours at that port.

Joey G 02-12-2009 02:26 PM

Thanks Penny3333 and Dave . Just what we were looking for . We did book thru a TA . But it seems fairly easy to set up an on line account . I think we did that for our last cruise.

Thanks again

Dave 02-12-2009 02:51 PM

You'll need to set up an RCI account. You'll need it to check-in online, and you definitely need to do that so you can get your Set Sail Pass for boarding. It isn't an absolute requirement but it makes things MUCH easier. Once this is done all you will need at the pier is your Set Sail Pass, your passports, and your method of payment for your shipboard account.


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