Disembarking Based on Flight Status

Do you ever "lie" on the form you fill out to disembark early by saying you have an early flight to catch?

9 Answers

I will go to guest relations and ask for the baggage tags for the disembarkation time that I want. I've never had an issue getting the "color" I want.

No. I've never been that eager to get off the ship.


Where does one need to be at 7:00 AM that they cannot be there at 8:30?

Agreed. I'm on Vacation so I don't have a schedule.

Actually we plan and extra day after getting off the ship just because we can. So there is never any rush.

Yep. Me too. I have to drive back to NC from FL and that's a nine hour drive. I always take the next day off after I get home.

LOL we always self disembark, so we always have our luggage with us. Never an issue and never have to wait

Same here... We usually always have early flights anyways because of our pup we have to pick up, so unfortunately, we don't get to sleep in or take our time getting off.

Nope. We are honest about flight info. Earlier in our cruising career, if we wanted off the boat early we either paid for it or carried our stuff off on our own. Today, we prefer later flights to the rush and stress of early ones. We use Luggage Valet and relax. Why get all tense and stressed over traveling before we even get off the ship?

I have never lied about having an early flight. I just go to the front desk and request an earlier departure time if I want it. They always give it to me. Now that I am higher up on many cruise lines, I get my choice of disembarkation times.


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