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Time in ports?

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I'm researching an Alaska cruise and am noticing that the ports usually had a good amount of time slotted for them, but there's a note saying that disembarkation usually begins two hours after docking, and they want you back on the boat two hours before you need to leave. So, how long do you actually have to stay at a location? If you arrive at 2 pm and leave at 10, do you really only have four hours to spend there?

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