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- Hi Nancy,
I'm booking the St. Maarten Sea Trek Helmet dive port adventure. I'm hoping if we do an early morning Helmet dive then my family can sign up to do the afternoon beach bash 12-4pm. Do you think that is a realistic plan?
- - Asked by Kelly from Connecticut on 9/25/2013
- Ahoy Kelly!
It is wonderful to hear from you again! I contacted the Port Adventure Team about your question because I want to make sure you have the best information to make your decision about your day in St. Maarten. I was given some great advice that I'm happy to pass along to you. When you decide to book two Port Adventures in one day, you need to remember to cushion 1.5 to 2 hours between the excursions just in case of traffic (especially on St. Maarten) and time to eat. The Port Adventure Team suggested booking the Sea Trek Helmet Dive first and then waiting until the last minute to book the Afternoon Beach Bash. If there is time and space available, you can head back on the ship, book the adventure and grab a bite to eat before the beach tour leaves. My advice is to check with the Port Adventure Desk once onboard to check availability.
I hope this helps, Kelly! Thank you for stopping back by, and please don't hesitate to let me know if you have any additional questions!
Have a magical day!
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