Wrong pier

Along the lines of my previous post, has anyone ever ended up at the wrong pier at all, anywhere?

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Not so far, but give me time LOL

LOL yes I can see it happening to me someday.

A friend and I got on the wrong Horizon Air flight once. Embarrassing as neither flight could leave since the one we were suppose to be on was looking for us and it was suspected we were on the wrong plane.

The F/A announced on the PA, two people here might be on the wrong flight. Then when we got to the correct plane everyone applauded that we finally made it.

Out of SEA-TAC it's very easy to do.

Also had a Horizon flight out of SEA-TAC where a guy was in my seat. Showed me his ticket and it definitely had my seat number. Problem was he was on the wrong flight.

So far no & I have taken over 50 cruises.

So far no & I have taken over 50 cruises.

Only to pick someone up. They told me San pedro, they were in Long Beach.

I once was told that some day my ship would come in and I would be at the wrong pier ...I've made sure that hasn't happened ...

If you are on a ship that ports in Skagway, be careful if there are other ships in at the same time. As the favorite excursions out of there involve the Yukon/White Pass Railroad and they will have a number of trains all leaving approximately the same time in the morn. The most popular is a round trip to the White Pass summit, but some go beyond that and make an entire day excursion by connecting up with motor coaches and going on to White Horse in the Yukon.

The White Pass tour is one of my favorites, of any in the world. Did it once off a ship. But the first time we drove into Skagway on our own, late Friday afternoon, got checked in to the hotel then went over to the station and got our tickets for the following A.M. In the morn a train was already to board almost right in front of the hotel, so we got on and got good seats. So happened four ships came in that night. Pretty soon, ship guests began to fill up the train. We got to chatting with a few of them over various cruises we had all done and just about the time the train pulled out one of them said they were going to White Horse. What? We were on the wrong train, but fortunately ours hadn’t pulled out yet.

Not yet.


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