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Planning tip- Before you book, check port schedules

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Hmmm... Wish I had found this gem before I booked my next  5 day Royal cruise out of Tampa. 

So here it is... (Tada!)

https://www.cruisetimetables.com/

Yes, this little gold mine has the port schedules for nearly every port around the world that services cruise ships. Concerned about your next cruise having too many tourists in port from a large number of cruise ports? Want to get an idea of how far out to book that third party excursion? Yes, there will be some changes from time to time, especially during hurricane season when ships re rerouted to other ports (Saw this for Mariner and Enchantment in September on our trip. Enchantment was originally slated to be the only vessel in port, then Mariner when Francis was close, then back), but it appears to be fairly accurate and decently updated. 

For those that still book through RCCL website, or just want to do some pre-scouting before calling your TA, this is a good tool.

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