Most cruise ships arrive
early in the morning on disembarkation day. Passengers' baggage -
other than hand baggage - will have been taken to a central holding
area on-board the night before.
If you have arranged for chauffeured transport from your arrival Port
to your home or other destination the following tips may prove helpful.
Unless you are very pressured for time it is not essential to rush
to be first off the boat. In fact if you have a plane or train to catch
later in the day, a leisurely breakfast followed by a relaxing wait
in one of the main passenger areas will prove far less stressful than
joining the scrum to be first off the boat.
Your bulk luggage will have been placed in the customs
area by the time you leave the ship. This is usually done under a colour
coded label system which ties in with the ship's decks. This makes
finding your own luggage a very simple process.
Chauffeurs wait in the passenger terminal car park or pick up point
area and will be holding a sign with your name, unless they know you
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