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Is Costa Maya a tender port or does the ship dock? I haven't been able to search through the threads to find an answer.

 

 

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I know there's room for at least two large ships to dock at Costa Maya.

 

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Unless there are a bunch of ships in port with you, you should be docking. We were in port in March and there were three ships total. We were on the Norwegian Getaway (4,000+) and there were two smaller ships in port with us -- I believe a Carnival and maybe a Royal.

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On 6/5/2017 at 3:30 PM, crewsweeper said:

Dock. Never more than 3 ships in usually only 1 or 2.

 

old thread but came up when I was searching

 

I'm looking at a date in March 2020 that has 4 large ships.  How do you know which one would tender.  The times overlap but not all arrive at the same time.

 

Escape and Celebrity Edge - 8am-5pm; Harmony 11am-7pm, Carnival Dream 1pm-8pm.  

 

Last to arrive tenders? 

 

Or might a ship pull away to let another ship unload pax and then out to sea until one of the early arrivals leaves?

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They’re working on the docks and probably making room for another vessel.  There are no tender boats there so unless they want to use their lifeboats ala Trujillo there won’t be any tendering.  Been there a dozen or more times and never tenderd.

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Posted (edited)
3 hours ago, SAmome said:

 

old thread but came up when I was searching

 

I'm looking at a date in March 2020 that has 4 large ships.  How do you know which one would tender.  The times overlap but not all arrive at the same time.

 

Escape and Celebrity Edge - 8am-5pm; Harmony 11am-7pm, Carnival Dream 1pm-8pm.  

 

Last to arrive tenders? 

 

Or might a ship pull away to let another ship unload pax and then out to sea until one of the early arrivals leaves?

 

Scroll down for Costa Maya:

http://www.seatrade-*****/news/news-headlines/costa-maya-s-parent-to-develop-new-puerto-plata-cruise-port.html

 

https://www.cruiseindustrynews.com/cruise-news/16481-improvements-keep-coming-for-costa-maya.html

 

hopefully construction will be finished by then.

Edited by c-leg5

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