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Neil and Ida Down - Answered a Question by Macklin (30 May 08 16:38)

If you booked it as a package, that is a "Fly Cruise", they will provide transfers to the airport and get you there from the ship in time for your flight. If this is the package you have paid for then they state that the flight's time and airport are arranged by the cruise line and can be subject to change. It is possible that they would change the flight to another day if you felt that Barcelona was an integral part of the holiday and then you can arrange a night or three in the city. Because they have made the change you may get away without an extra charge for a booking change. Give it some thought but do it as quickly as you can. ....Nei.

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Whittington - Answered a Question by Macklin (31 May 08 06:54)

RCL usually transport you by coach from the ship to the airport. If the Gatwick flight is earlier than your original flight time then you will not have time to visit Barcelona.

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Anderson - Answered a Question by Macklin (31 May 08 09:13)

It depends whether you have booked "fly cruise" or "cruise only". If the former then your agent should know the answers. If you booked the flights yourself then (a) you should know the flight times and (b) you will have to transfer yourselves from airport to ship and vice-versa using taxies.

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jennings - Answered a Question by Macklin (01 Jun 08 19:34)

Hi, depends if you have booked flights independently, if so there will be lots of taxi's, costs about 20 euros. If fly cruise then RCL will see you right. Navigator normally arrives back in barcelona at 5am. The five day itinerary is really good, and the ship is superb, enjoy your cruise, we did it a few weeks ago and had a great time.

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