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For a port stop?  Your cruise line should offer an excursion to the various parks including transportation.  We used a one-day rental for a visit to Universal a few years ago during a port stop at PC.  You can check with  Cocoa Beach shuttle and the other popular companies to see if they are offering something.

 

Post cruise?  I would look at a rental car.

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We were just at  Hollywood studios over Columbus Day weekend - arrived early to find the Star Wars line was 90+ minutes.  we waited and I was disappointed.  Supposed to have another Star Wars ride open up in December.  The Toy Story area was better IMHO, including the slinky dog roller coaster and the 3-D arcade ride.

 

Hopefully you can get fast passes.  Otherwise, with the time to rent the car and drive to/from WDW you will not have much time in the park.

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