Dream disembarkation time?

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  1. Disney's Fan

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    I am scheduling ****** Transportation to take us to OIA after cruise, and I need to give them a pickup time. (They will charge $50/ half hour if we are more than 30 minutes past the time scheduled.) With more people on the Dream, I'm wondering if 9-9:30 would still be a typical disembarkation time. Anybody with Dream disembarkation advice? Thanks.
     
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  3. safetymom

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    They still want people off the ship by 9AM so I would plan on that.
     
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    Okay, thanks so much! I think I will put 9:15 as my pickup time just to be safe. At least that would give me until 9:45 for any unexpected issues.
     
  5. Namsupak

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    If you plan on being out by 9:30 I would make sure to either have the early breakfast or skip breakfast. On the MV we did not get off the ship till about 10:30-10:45. On the magic and wonder we do 8am breakfast and then are out for pickup by 9am.
     
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    Just off the Dream this morning. We had breakfast at 8:00 and were in our car at Hertz at 9:15.

    It was moving smoothly this morning.
    Mindi
     
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    We did the B2B MV Dream. The first was a nightmare for disembarking due to customs. We decided to avoid it for the second one and skipped breakfast. They opened the doors at 7:30am.
     
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    Thank you for the replies! I don't want to skip breakfast, so now I'm thinking I should put a 9:45 pickup time so I don't stress out if there is a snag in getting out by 9. I guess I would rather be waiting for our limo calmly than stressing out about getting off the boat in time. Thanks again!
     
  9. stitch34

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    Was wondering how this worked also... we are totally not early risers. On vacation 8:30 is early for us to get up, 9:00 out the door. So what time are we really looking at the latest we'll be able to leave our room that day? Will be skipping breakfast.
     
  10. jilljill

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    They want you out of your cabin by 8:00am. So that last morning is definately an early morning for all. They have to get the cabins ready for the next set of cruisers.
     
  11. diznefamily

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    Is it possible to be off the ship by 8:00 am?
     
  12. loveysbydesign

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    When we cruised on the Magic in 2009 we ate our breakfast out at the tables by the pool with food we had gotten at the buffet. It was a relaxing breakfast while reminiscing about our cruise!
    Can you do this on the Dream? Except that I guess we would eat at the outdoor tables by Cabana's?
     

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