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- hey trying to plan Disney bahama cruise you leave at 7:30 am on last day - what time should you schedule your airplane flight 10:00am or later?
- - Asked by Rhonda from Virginia on 12/21/2013
- Ahoy Rhonda!
Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel! A Disney Cruise to the Bahamas is the perfect vacation choice for your crew! You will love all that Disney has to offer on the high seas including two stunning ports of call-Nassau and Castaway Cay!
When it is time for your family to disembark with your new pixie dusted memories, you will want to plan a flight after 11:30 AM. The first Guests do begin disembarking around 7:30 AM, but you don't have to rush because the gangway is open for about two hours. Breakfast is served on the last morning in the main dining rooms and in the casual dining venue so fueling up for your travels is always a good idea. Once you disembark, you will need to collect your luggage, pass through U.S. Customs and travel to the airport. If you are flying out of the Orlando Airport, you will need to leave time for check-in and security once you arrive. A flight after 11:30 AM will give you plenty of time to enjoy your last morning of vacation!
Thank you for sending in your question, Rhonda! If you need further assistance, please let us know!
Have a magical day!
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