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Cruise line reduces check-in time to seconds

Royal Caribbean International and Celebrity Cruises’ online check-in program is now available fleet-wide.

The program, offered in both English and Spanish, reduces guest check-in time to mere seconds at the pier.

The program is called --Xpress Pass” for Celebrity and --SetSail” for Royal Caribbean.

Users can fill out all cruise documents before arriving at the pier.

So far, about 70% of guests are using the online check-in program, according to the cruise line.

The system will be available in the future in other languages.

Report by David Wilkening

Thursday, September 29, 2005



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