You must have completed your online check-in to board your ship by no later than 2 HOURS before it is due to set sail, due to security regulations. Though this time can vary between Cruise lines, so make sure you are aware of your specific boarding time with the line you are sailing on. If you arrive later than what they have requested, you can be denied boarding. So make your travel arrangements for flights and transfers between the airport and the pier with that in mind. They will still allow you to join the ship at their next approved port of call, but you would be responsible for any travel arrangements related to that.
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