I had a few of my fellow passengers for my upcoming Celebrity Summit cruise recommend this site. I visited it and can’t say enough good things about it. The site is Port Time.
On the website, if you select a port, such as Cabo San Lucas, you can see how many ships will be visiting this port in the next month (June 2008), such as the Carnival Elation, Dawn Princess, Star Princess, Vision of the Seas, Ryndam and Disney Magic.
Port Time is a great site that allows cruise passengers to get maps of their itineraries, see what other ships will be in port at the same time, and also see the passenger load that the total number of ships are carrying.
My next cruise is on board the Celebrity Summit. I can enter my ship and see that it is in Civitavecchia today. Then I can click on my departure date and see all the ports for my Transatlantic cruise. I can also see that we are the only ship in the of port Malaga, Spain and that our busiest port day is actually in St. Maarten, where we will be in port with over 8000 other passengers from a number of cruise ships.
Overall, the Port Time site a great discovery on the web and I hope that this site will be helpful and/or fun for our readers.