What are the possible options--4 day Nassau/CC

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  1. mecheermom

    mecheermom Earning My Ears

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    Given there is uncertainty in when CC will reopen for cruises, what has DCL done in the past to accommodate for this?

    We cruise on Sept 4 for a 4 day cruise. What is the history of DCL completely changing ports of call? I really do not want to have 2 days in Nassau...or an extra sea day.

    Fingers crossed this won't be an issue and CC will be operational by the time we are scheduled to arrive...but I am trying to find out what other possibilities will be.

    Cheers...
     
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  3. ragdoll

    ragdoll DIS Veteran

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    For the shorter cruises I don't think there are any other options besides Nassau, CC or sea days.:confused3 The Dream is too big for Key West. Anyone else?
     
  4. DynamicDisneyDuo

    DynamicDisneyDuo DIS Veteran

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    Yup, Nassau x2 or Sea Day x2 are the only options.
     
  5. sambycat

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    agreed
     
  6. RweTHEREyet

    RweTHEREyet DIS Veteran

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    I would much rather have a day at sea than 2 days in Nassau.
     
  7. Zandy595

    Zandy595 DIS Veteran<br><font color=green>The other day I f

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    There may be a small advantage to 2 days in Nassau over 2 days at sea. At least some people will get off the ship and maybe it wouldn't be quite so crowded on the Aquaduck and in the pools. Just a thought.
     
  8. RweTHEREyet

    RweTHEREyet DIS Veteran

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    I am not sure about that. From what I have read it seems a lot of people stay on board in Nassau with just one stop, with two, I bet even more would stay on board. I personally would rather have the motion of the ship moving and the ocean breezes, than to be sitting in a hot, sticky port, but that is just me.
     
  9. iloveokw

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    Unfortnately because of sea conditions the ships cannot dock at CC sometimes....we've had that happen twice.....it is out of their control.
     
  10. SuperRob

    SuperRob DVC Members Since 2011 (SSR)

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    I thought Castaway Cay was already open again? The last sailing stopped there.
     

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