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Pearson - Answered a Question by handley (24 Nov 18 10:18)

First thing you will have to do, is to contact the Port Authorities in Lisbon, to ask if they will have Immigration available on the day you wish to leave the ship into Portugal and if they will allow you in. If this is confirmed, then if P&O are acceptable to you leaving the ship, there is no reason why you can not do this. What you cannot do is just walk off the ship and into Lisbon, carrying your cases, as then you would be illegal in the country.

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- replied to Pearson (24 Nov 18 15:17)

Why has it got to be acceptable to P&O. If you don't return from a day in port, the ship leaves without you. Immigration is down top the individual, not the cruise line.

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- Answered a Question by handley (24 Nov 18 10:13)

There is nothing to stop you disembarking at a customs port, but don't expect a reduction in cruise price.

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- Answered a Question by handley (24 Nov 18 14:23)

If you do book the cruise with P&O, you will have to book it 'cruise only' and then book a return flight to the UK. One way flights can be costly and then you will have to get yourself back home from the airport.

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