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Clifton - Answered a Question by Mitchell (31 Jan 09 22:15)

They run until about one hour before the ship leaves and no you dont usually pay for them.

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christopher middleton - Answered a Question by Mitchell (31 Jan 09 22:50)

Welcome to the wonderful world of cruising please feel free to ask any questions that that you like i am sure that if someone knows the answer you will get a reply, answer you do not pay for tenders they normally act as a shuttle service all day up to about 1 hr before sailing. Don'T get mixed up between tenders and transfers, transfers normally means a bus /coach to the local town on some cruise lines this you pay for .

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James - Answered a Question by Mitchell (01 Feb 09 03:09)

Hi Lynn, how exciting, your first cruise, as stated in an earlier comment, please ask questions, we have all been in your shoes, although just how long ago does vary substantially! It may also be helpful to look at the Princess Website, Cruise Answer Place and or other Cruise Answers for information on your Ports of Call...............Jude.

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wilson - Answered a Question by Mitchell (01 Feb 09 10:00)

Dear Lynn,welcome to the world of cruising! I went on my 1st cruise last november on the Ruby Princess & it was amazing. We loved every second,had no complaints & im now obsessed!! I'm no expert on cruising but covered every inch of that ship so I feel I could answer most questions about her!! Please ask away,I have on numerous occasions,and have learnt alot from this website. You will have a fabulous time im sure. Have you seen my photos on here? Regards carolyne XX.

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Mitchell - replied to wilson (02 Feb 09 13:56)

Thank you so very much for your kind reply ... I'd just love to see the photos, but can't work out how to access them; any tips?? all the best, Lynn.

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wilson - replied to Mitchell (03 Feb 09 13:40)

Just click o n the red button at the top of this page & either access the princess photos or just keep scrolling down,very easy when you know how!! Just keep fiddling with this website & you'll soon find your way around.Any more questions just keep em coming. xx.

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wilson - replied to Mitchell (03 Feb 09 14:27)

Sorry lynn,ive answerd this once but it hasnt diplayed!! click onto the big red button at the top of the page that says photos,just keep going down goto next page & they'll be there,easy when you know how!! any more questions? will be happy to help if I can.Hope you find the photos,Carolyne XX.

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JANICE MOORE - Answered a Question by Mitchell (02 Feb 09 18:42)

Tenders run all day and no you do not have to pay for them. Be warned though, the bigger the ship the longer the queue for the tenders - get in there first and get your ticket early.

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Leech - Answered a Question by Mitchell (02 Feb 09 20:30)

There will be very few tenders on this cruise I'm sure. Mostly the ship will dock at a pier and you can walk off and on at will. have a great cruise!

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Lazenby - Answered a Question by Mitchell (02 Feb 09 20:34)

We went on Sea (not Ruby) Princess last year around the Med, though I'm sure the routine will be the same. The tenders run frequently and you shouldn't have to queue for too long. As I recall they run throughout the day. There is no charge for the tender. Tenders were only used twice on the med Adventure which we did; at Cannes and Ajaccio (Corsica) You'll have a wonderful time!

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