Deniseg
Contributor Level: Cruise Director

Who's in port with you?

This is a neat tool to tell you how many, if any, ships will be in port with you. 

http://www.cruisecal.com/portal/ItineraryLookup/tabid/2918/Default.aspx

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BAK1061
Contributor Level: Captain

.....and I care about this........why ?

SimonCommunity
Moderator
Contributor Level: Captain

We have that same information available right here on the site! On every port page. it's on the right hand column.

 

http://cruiseline.com/port/caribbean-eastern/charlotte-amalie-st-thomas

 

It shows the current day by default, but you can click and select the date you'll be there! Easy peasy and you don't have to go anywhere else.

Deniseg
Contributor Level: Cruise Director

Hey, thanks for the snarky reply. I like to know how busy a port is going to be when I get there. Keep scrolling if you are not interested. 

Deniseg
Contributor Level: Cruise Director

 

 

Hey cool thanks. I'll check this out. 

BAK1061
Contributor Level: Captain

I do snarky well.

however, regardless of how many ships are in port when you are, does it affect your plans ?  I mean, if you have an excursion booked, you go on it and have a great time. Ok, some beaches may be crowded. Ask a cab driver about any private beaches. Even if there is a fee to hang out there. We found a great one in Bermuda.  Not crowded. Not fighting for sand, or lounges. Restaurant right there. Drinks brought to you. Well worth the costs.

I just had an idea for a thread. Thanks

 

Deniseg
Contributor Level: Cruise Director

You're welcome. My 2 primary concerns were Megan's bay in St. Thomas and Maho Beach in St. Maartin. A LOT of reviews I have read said the beaches were crowded. The less ships in port, the better. St. Maartin, for example, has 4 other ships in port. Maho beach is not an excursion but something we are doing on our own. Knowing how many ships are there makes me plan to leave as early as possible. This can actually be helpful after all. 
​What was your thread idea?

GTVCRUISER
Contributor Level: Captain

Dec. 2015 , I was cruising on the Veendam,   we cruised in to Mazatlán they had 4 ships there , way to many people in one place

Deniseg
Contributor Level: Cruise Director

 

One time in Nassau there were 4 ships. I agree. Way too many.

cruznjan
Contributor Level: Staff Captain

 

Interesting. Thank you,

 

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