1. Arrive at Vancouver at least one day before your cruise. Of course I might be a little disappointed, but Vancouver will be one of your next ports during this cruise. I have often seen sailors fly to Vancouver when their crew departs and completely miss this wonderful city. Also, if your stress level on your ship does not always go according to plan, there is no way to start your vacation. All it takes is a missed aircraft connection, a mechanical problem, a problem on the border, or bad weather and your overall vacation. Trust me, if the ship is late, you won't be waiting in Vancouver, and only you are responsible for shipping on the ship at the time. Not only that, but the angles and streams that run away from Vancouver go away so in many cases the captain has to be left on time, or increase the risk of being caught for hours until he is safe to be released. There are amazing tours and sightseeing options in Vancouver and if you can swing the time it is definitely worth it. The same is true of your departure day – how does that end your good cruise by declaring whether or not you want to do that with a ridiculous early flight home?
2. Access to ship. There are a number of ways to do this, depending on whether you can completely ignore load number one or go directly to your ship or go directly to your hotel. May 2015 is the first card site that can only be used for cruises and thank God for that! You agree with me that it was definitely a sad start to sailing from you, known as the Baltic Peir before. The Baltina Pine is located just outside the capital city and far from most hotels in the city. Fortunately for you, your destination for Canada is almost certain this year. The harbor is located in Canada, which is very close to many hotels, taxis and the Canadian route. Vancouver's fully automatic fast train route. Some cruise lines provide bus transfers for the ship or hotel, but I recommend doing the account first. From Vancouver Airport to Canada, a 15% bonus on a taxi takes you through Canada for $ 35 to $ 45 and takes about 30 minutes. Most transit buses charge you around one person so they may not be the best deal unless you travel alone. If you do not want to drag all your luggage and walk a few blocks, if you are on the road for less than $ 10 per person and about 30 miles away – it's not bad if you have a wallet. d they advise against it. Once you get off the train, you have to go from the train to the luggage raft about ten minutes to the ferry. My first choice was to arrange to take you from your pre-cruise travel company or your private hotel to your hotel. There are many tours and luxury trips online or at the airport and you should arrange this before going on a plane. A private sesame or liambin usually runs from $ 60- $ 80 in Canada and also runs free of charge. If you arrive early, most of the hotels can be booked on time from 3 to 4 p.m. You know it's in the middle, but a good quality hotel will try to book early or try to store your luggage until the room is ready.
3. When is the best time to get to the boat? Well, if you want to sit around, stand in line or wait for immigration, go first thing in the morning. If you're like me and would rather spend your day enjoying Vancouver or sleeping, think carefully about how often you will arrive at the cruise line in Canada. Depending on the time it takes to get on the ship and the size of the ship, depending on how many ships there are, it can vary from 20 minutes to 4 hours. Note that the ship is likely to throw a few thousand guests who have just completed their boat. It usually takes up to 10 hours for the ship to be cleaned by the traveling guests and it will take up to an hour before the newly arrived guests are allowed to start the check-in process. If your first port of call is a Canadian port such as Victoria or Prince Rent, you will avoid US immigration through the Canadian airport at the Canadian airport. If your cruise is like many Alaska ships and your first port is in Alaska, it is likely that you will need to pass a US immigration check before a Canadian space ship is in progress. The convenient arrangement is usually done in this order; Throw in a luggage, a security check, a US immigration process, a ship line check-in, and then all the time you were waiting to get on board! Even though you are the first person on board the ship, most of the ship's crew, including your bedrooms, will not be accessible to you until the crew has finished cleaning and preparing everything. This means that the check in the first two to three hours will be placed in your yard or stopped, and then when you're boarding, you will be forced to stay in the public area if you are before 1pm. Carry it on your luggage until your classes say they are ready above the ship's PA. My advice would be to enjoy Vancouver, and show up late in the morning instead of going to Canada at 9am to stop with 2000 other guests. Having said that, make sure you check your shipping time and never leave it at the last minute. The check-in check is usually closed for at least an hour before you board, so you should be at least 90 minutes before you arrive at the last minute.
So you're there, the first of many tips for this year's Alaska Cruise season. I will tell you how to get upgrades in class, what to do on the first day of the ship and what to expect on your first bus if there is something that can last up to two days. In the meantime, travel to Reading and Bon