Aldrich - Answered a Question by payne (24 Oct 08 18:26)

You will be able to book on board - be prepared to still be at the airport in the early afternoon though, so a long wait ahead. You don't say how many people but Larry's Limo will do a charter for the day that will take you on an Everglades tour, out shopping, out to eat and end with bringing you to the airport. I am also a great advocate of hiring a car and DIY and then leaving the car at the airport.

- Was this comment useful or 0 of 0 found this useful
Comment | Report
Wilba - Answered a Question by payne (24 Oct 08 11:16)

If you 'Google' 'Everglades tours' there is so many to choose from you won't know where to start. Good Luck. Wilba P.S. Don't be suprised if they are a pile of money cheaper than the ships offerings!

- Was this comment useful or 0 of 0 found this useful
Comment | Report
Neil & Ida Down - Answered a Question by payne (24 Oct 08 13:56)

They do close internet booking as you get close to the sailing date but as you have not said the date or even the ship it is difficult to say. Wilba's suggestion sounds good provided you can arrange for your cases to go with you. .... Neil.

- Was this comment useful or 0 of 0 found this useful
Comment | Report
Wilba - replied to Neil & Ida Down (24 Oct 08 16:10)

Yes I did wonder about the cases......Mmm .

- Was this comment useful or 0 of 0 found this useful
Comment | Report
Alison Ranaldi's blog

How Far Is Too Far?

By Alison Ranaldi

In March last year, I booked my holiday for November this year. At the time, booking 20 months in advance seemed quite strange and hard to get excited about. On the plus side, the cost of my cruise increased by over 700 per person over the following months and it has given us lots of time to plan what we are doing and to budget the holiday by booking trips, hotels and flights at different times rather than in one go. Also, it is nice to have something to look forward to. I have had a few holi...

Read More

Aug 15 2017 05:18:18:000PM


Cruise News

By Shirley McCue

Shirley McCue's blog

What has been happening over the last couple of weeks in the Cruise Industry ?There has been a lot of talk about the new Cruise ship Bliss belonging to Norwegian cruise line. I never thought there would be a day that a ship would have a race track on board . I am led to believe the track itself will be the longest at sea at nearly 1,000 feet, with four speed settings accommodating all drivers with the speed reaching up to 30 miles per hour including a special turbo boost available on each l...

Read More

Aug 18 2017 07:47:38:000PM

Truth Behind Your Cruise Itinerary

By Emily Watts

Emily Watts's blog

Experienced cruisers will already know by looking at an itinerary how far the ports are from the main city and towns. However those that are new to cruising may be a bit miffed when booking a cruise that visits Paris or Rome they are in fact in some cases two hours away. With Paris being the capital of France you know the only water that surrounds it is the Seine. I think the most shocking one that appears is Berlin, people are thinking this will be lovely to visit but in reality it is just ...

Read More

Aug 15 2017 08:30:09:000PM