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Review: Celebrity Constellation Part 2: The Ports

Review: Celebrity Constellation Part 2: The Ports

Postby JollyJill » 06 Jul 2015 17:17

being thick today - by moored, you mean tendering?


Sorry Meg; I meant docked as opposed to at anchor which requires tendering. ;)
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Postby Meg50 » 06 Jul 2015 18:09

JollyJill wrote:
being thick today - by moored, you mean tendering?


Sorry Meg; I meant docked as opposed to at anchor which requires tendering. ;)


oo good - so there's hope!

thanks
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Postby JollyJill » 06 Jul 2015 18:25

oo good - so there's hope!


Yes Meg there is. This Splendour of the Seas in Split in 2011.

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Re: Review: Celebrity Constellation Part 2: The Ports

Postby Toongirl » 06 Jul 2015 22:54

We docked in Split. Kotor was the only tender ort an the captain managed to negotiate with the authorities hat the Constellation could get right in there so that it only took a minute or two instead of the 20 minutes that it should have taken.
I would love to go back to Split out of season when it would not be so busy.
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Postby Wansbrough » 07 Jul 2015 05:25

Meg50 wrote:
JollyJill wrote:
being thick today - by moored, you mean tendering?


Sorry Meg; I meant docked as opposed to at anchor which requires tendering. ;)


oo good - so there's hope!

thanks


There is work going on at the minute to improve the docking facilities. These were taken at the end of May this year.




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