Early flight Debarkation question AND a Embarkation question NEW CRUSIER ON THE BLISS

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[quote=Blissful Cruiser;55541793]
Originally posted by Flatbush Flyer
Sounds like you keep asking for someone to verify that your poor planning (i.e., zero buffer for debarkation problems OR land issue in an often congested city like Seattle) is OK so that you can spend a few dollars less on airfare. That someone may have made the connection previously says zilch.
Any seasoned air traveler will agree that a 10:30 AM flight out is lunacy.

I did put quite the reply here - but I erased it. Have a blessed day.
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Joined Feb 2007
It’s not like an airplane where you pull up, and everyone gets off right away. I’ve only sailed out of NYC, but I think it takes at least an hour before they allow folks to disembark.