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leaving a cruise early #95454
04/22/2016 10:21 PM
04/22/2016 10:21 PM
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can you leave a cruise mid trip for example leaving new york and traveling to st thomas and getting off their instead of returning home? i fully expect to pay full price but is this even allowed? sorry for the non caps i just got a chromebook and cant figure out the caps lock yet..lol


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Re: leaving a cruise early [Re: surf] #95455
04/23/2016 07:01 AM
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In general, yes. Cruise lines usually want advanced notice. What, I found they don't want you to do is skip a few ports and reboard.

Re: leaving a cruise early [Re: surf] #95456
04/23/2016 07:42 AM
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People from St Thomas do this. You do have to contact the cruise ship and get special dispensation.


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