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car seat needed at ports?

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I'm hoping to take a cruise with my husband and daughter sometime in the next year or so. Daughter will be nearly 3 at time of sailing.

How do you get from the cruise ship to...wherever? For instance, if we cruise to Grand Cayman, how do we get our daughter from the port to 7 Mile Beach? I can't imagine lugging a car seat around all day, but I also don't want to take a cab without using a car seat.

It seems like there should be a simple solution for this, but I'm having trouble coming up with it. Are we confined to taking excursions that use a bus/shuttle? I don't want to bother pursuing the cruise idea any further if it isn't going to work with our daughter.

Thank you!

p.s. I've looked at Cruise Critic and can't see an answer to this question.

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