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dolan - Answered a Question by Rhodes (01 Sep 08 18:06)

Departs usually between 11pm and midnight- airport only 20 mins from ship, dont know cost sorry.

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North - Answered a Question by Rhodes (07 Sep 08 14:05)

I understand that it only waits until after 9 pm if it is awaiting a flight which has customers booked on the ship as a cruise package - it does not wait for people who are going cruise only and arranging their own flight. It can occasionally leave later if it is waiting for some senior Thomson staff or official Security etc to get on or indeed get off !! A standard size taxi is about 20 Euros possibly a touch more ( no more than 25 ) and at that time it will take about 15 to 20 mins by taxi - you can get a bus but that takes about an hour but costs afar less but the cost is per person.

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Johnson - replied to North (12 Sep 08 14:34)

Hi North, I too am having to make my own way from the airport to the harbor and have so far found out you catch the No 1 bus. I was wondering if you knew what the best stop to get off is for the Thomson Destinys berth? Thanks.

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North - replied to Johnson (15 Sep 08 10:08)

Estacion Maritima - it's one of the last stops and you can see the ship from the bus stop so you will know you are at the right place !

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rhodes - replied to Johnson (16 Sep 08 11:55)

Hi just got back from our cruise last week. The no 1 bus takes you directly to the ship [last stop drops you directly outside the terminal.] Bus goes through the centre of Palma with lots of stops and takes 40 mins [costs 1 euro 85]. We caught the bus back to the airport but had to take a taxi from the airport to the ship as we were running short of time. [cost 21 euro and took 20 mins] - but bus is very straight forward if you have the time.

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