Williams - Answered a Question by Ford (07 Jun 08 23:57)

I agree with Clarke, Bromley it is really easy and you do not need to pre-book. It is £6 per day - paid in advance when you park - either by cash or credit card. They take your luggage away from you at the car park and the next time you see it is in your cabin. Same process on return, your luggae is taken to the car park and loaded into your car, when you identify it. Their is a shuttle bus to take you the mile or so to the cruise terminal - it was all very efficient.

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Clarke - Answered a Question by Ford (07 Jun 08 11:12)

Easy peasy! You park on the dockside next to where the ship docks. Someone will be there to collect your luggage from the boot of your car. It is then a three minute walk to the ship.If you have walking difficulties there are cars to take you but it is not worth it.You do have to cross the railway line but there is a safe crossing. The station is right on the dockside.There are no shops dockside. You car is then locked in the pound for the duration of your trip. Do give yourselves plenty of time to get there on a sunny day as people trying to get to sunny Clacton will hold you up!Follow the example of the Cruise buses and stay in the right hand lane. It moves a lot quicker!When you disembark, your luggage is put at one end of the car pound.We travelled with Royal Caribbean and had to pay as we went in but it didn't hold us up too much.

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Welbourne - Answered a Question by Ford (07 Apr 12 15:49)

How mutch is it to park in car park at harwich for 12 days.

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