Maybe you booked a suite. Maybe you’ve reached the upper echelons of your line’s past-passenger program. Whatever the reason, it’s always nice when you discover you can bypass long lines at the cruise terminal because you’ve qualified for priority embarkation. But does it really save you time? This question was raised by Cruise Critic member kyriecat — one of five reviewers of the week — in her recap of a ladies-only family cruise aboard Royal Caribbean‘s Adventure of the Seas. She reports, “There was a priority line for suite guests that we used. However, it didn’t seem to make much difference in the amount of time for checking in. The people who were in front of us going through the security line were at the front of the regular check-in line when we finished our check-in process.” Hmm … interesting, indeed.
For her efforts, kyriecat — along with Sunnymom02, CactusGirly, Artemis44 and coold8 — receives an over-the-shoulder travel bag.
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