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3 hours ago, ciasoonatsea said:

Can you book only a portion of a World Cruise if it is not a designated segment?

My experiences with ATW segments is that a booking segment-by-segment is required.  A defined disembarkation port has the necessary Customs and Immigration support.  However, I have inquired about “getting off the ship early”, and was told that it may be possible if arrangements shoreside could be arranged, but that I still must purchase the entire segment.  Perhaps speak to your cruise line about the possibility.  Good luck with your efforts.

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4 hours ago, ciasoonatsea said:

Can you book only a portion of a World Cruise if it is not a designated segment?

 

You would need to check with the cruise line directly, but if they did accept your request, I doubt any of them will give you a pro-rated price for the number of days onboard, as it would be almost impossible for them to sell the remaining days.

 

You can inquire about disembarking a few days early, as the cruise line needs to check local laws, especially Cabotage Laws, availability of immigration staff, Visa requirements, etc. Yes, you can disembark anytime, but without getting prior approval, you have the potential for being assessed significant fines, fees and other charges.

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