Questions related to Embarkation Transportation & Pier Parking

Guests should arrive at the port no later than 60 minutes prior to the published sail time. Guests should adhere to the published check-in windows, where applicable, that can be found in their E-docs (electronic documents). 
Yes, all ports have transfer services to and from the airport for an additional fee. When purchasing your airline tickets with ChoiceAir, cruise transfers are provided as an option on the guest preference page.  If you did not receive your transfer v...
Generally transfers are available six months to a year prior to the sailing date and transfers are closed 5 days prior to sailing. Transfers are available for purchase for the day of embarkation (from specific ports/cities) and the day of disembarkat...
Most ports have car parks and multistoreys for cruise guests for a minimal fee. It is on a first-come first-served basis. Every pier does vary.
Please be in contact with 1-800-754-500 to make this request.
You can certainly arrive for embarkation at your scheduled time and start to enjoy the available public areas of the ship.  The other guests may arrive at a later time as each guest with get individual Seapass cards, but they must be checked in no la...
Guests who miss their cruise due to travel delays can contact the Emergency Travel Team (ETT) to discuss their options going forward. In specific situations, when the guest has the proper documentation, it is possible to join the cruise at the next p...
Partial cruises allow you to enjoy part of your cruise vacation in the event that you are unable to meet the ship in the scheduled boarding port, or would like to end your cruise earlier than the scheduled departure date.
On the final morning of a cruise experience, in most countries all guests must leave the ship before the guests joining the next cruise can board. In most environments, the latest time to leave the vessel will be between 10 a.m. and 11 a.m. Each ship...
Guests who miss their cruise due to travel delays can contact the Emergency Travel Team (ETT) to discuss their options going forward. In specific situations, when the guest has the proper documentation, it is possible to join the cruise at the next p...
The boarding time for your ship and sailing date is specified in your Guest Vacation Documents.  Please do not plan on arriving at the pier prior to the specified time as the ship will not be ready to board guests.  Due to new government regulations ...
Baby baths and strollers are not provided onboard. Guests may bring their own baby baths and strollers; however, they must be stored in the guest's stateroom.
Priority embarkation is offered to Crown & Anchor Society members on the following tiers: Platinum, Emerald, Diamond, Diamond Plus and Pinnacle.
Transfer coupons are included in the guest ticket booklet and you are required to print them and bring them with you.  The guest ticket booklet is automatically sent out starting at 49 days from your sail date.
Guests can request to embark or disembark at a port of call other than the scheduled embarkation/disembarkation port.  This is referred to as “down lining” and is on a request basis only, subject to consideration and approval by Royal Caribbean Cruis...

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