darby - Answered a Question by MCCANN (01 Sep 07 15:56)

Shore trips can be booked on board, no problem been on this ship she is fantasti.

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Ross - Answered a Question by MCCANN (24 Aug 07 18:10)

Yes you can book shore excursions on board but by this time the 'best' ones may be sold out. You can see the prices on royal caribbeans web site - the dot com one - click on before you board and then look at the shore excursion option.

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Neil Down - Answered a Question by MCCANN (24 Aug 07 20:01)

You can book them before you go on the Royal Caribbean web-site and there you can also see the prices so that you can judge whether you think they are expensive or not. It is always helpful to use their web-site to fill in the questionaire they need you to because it can save you a great deal of time at the embarkation desks. Yes you can buy them onboard and there they will be charged to your onboard account in US dollars. Normally you will recieve the excursions by post just before you go but that is often too late to study them and make a decision. If you have time look at the ports on their web-site and pick out what you would like to see and brave it on your own or with other passengers. It is invariably cheaper, you can combine two or three excusions and cut out the bits you don't want to see and live in the fast lane, you'll grow to love it. All the best...Neil and Ida Down.

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lander - Answered a Question by MCCANN (04 Jan 08 11:23)

What are the cost of shore excursions on the serenade of the seas alaska cruises please .

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