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  1. The problem with that plan is that her ship is arriving at 2:30 pm and leaving 2:30 pm the next day. She should not be planning to do Tobacco Bay and Horseshoe Bay the same day.
  2. I have found that logging out and logging back in usually solves most issues.
  3. The fares have not changed since March 2019. Bus schedules and routes could change. Probably they won’t but they tried to change the schedules and routes last year and had to roll the changes back after a few weeks. Ferry schedules usually have a few changes. As it is January it is best to check back in April for any changes for this coming cruise season.
  4. On Sunday most shops won’t be open in Hamilton and St. George’s. They will be open in the Dockyard. Ferries and buses run on a reduced schedule. The ferry does not run to St. George’s. The beaches like Horseshoe and the other beaches are of course open. Attractions like the caves and zoo are open.
  5. No holiday those dates.
  6. Dated information. That bus existed for one year about four or five years ago and was discontinued.
  7. I think they would only put passengers off at Labadee for something more egregious than your example. Passengers that were put off that I heard of were considered dangerous. I don’t think passengers caught flying a drone where prohibited would be put off. They would be warned first. I have seen people caught flying a drone in a national park. They were not arrested or fined. They were warned, they put the drone away and were allowed to stay. I don’t know if they knew the policy or not but probably if you show contrition you will get off with a verbal slap.
  8. They have put passengers off at Labadee. Labadee is not an island. They transport them to Cap Haitian where there is an airport. I don’t know how they would handle it at Coco Cay. You can’t just abandon people with no way out.
  9. Having to have a passport to cruise to Martinique does not necessarily mean you have to take it off the boat with you. It may be sufficiant that Royal Caribbean checked your passport at check in. I have cruised to many countries that require passports and the only one where it was required us to take it off the boat was Russia. Follow the instructions in the Cruise Compass.
  10. As said they are essentially the same but the cost might be a few dollars different. So I check the price on both apps and use the least expensive of the two.
  11. The forts are a National Historic Site and are under the US National Park Service. Drones are not permitted in US National Parks so they might not be permitted at the forts.
  12. For safety reasons the devices with lithium batteries should not be left plugged in unattended. I don’t leave mine plugged in. Royal should have the cabin attendants unplug devices that use lithium batteries but if they don’t we should take some personal responsibility and not leave them plugged in when we are not in our cabin.
  13. You can not use it on CocoCay. Here is what Royal Caribbean says on their website. Yes. Guests are welcome to bring drones on their cruise for use on land only and outside of the port area. However, drones are not to be operated onboard the ship at any time, nor on Royal Caribbean's private destinations: Perfect Day at CocoCay, Bahamas or Labadee, Haiti. https://www.royalcaribbean.com/faq/questions/can-guests-bring-drones-onboard
  14. You are not required to rent a chair/umbrella. Only the $2 admission charge. I saw people who were sitting on the beach on beach towels.
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