Subsequent cruise days may be damaged into days at sea and days in port. Days at sea provide passengers with the opportunity to engage in or ignore the various actions on the ship, from sleeping to reading, gambling to taking classes, having a therapeutic massage to enjoying bridge, attending a religious service to having an onboard wedding ceremony. The last evening at sea is punctuated by packing, getting ready documents for disembarkation, and leaving gratuities for various crew members who contributed to the holiday experience. Days at port provide passengers with the opportunity to sample the number of destinations included within the cruise. During a weeklong cruise, for example, passengers could have two days at sea and four ports of name. Time spent in port ranges wherever from three to 14 hours.
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