I was planning a trip around the Mediterranean countries when I found a cruise, with an interesting price, that actually goes to most of the cities/countries I want to visit.
I want to skip the last leg (maybe two legs) of the trip since I don't want to return to the start place and because I want to go inland and move to other places I intend to visit.
I know it's probably not the same as in flights, but I find lots of arguments not to skip legs here on TSE. From ethical reasons to bureaucratic and/or future consequences.
- Can I skip the last leg of my domestic return flight?
- Do you have to take the second leg of a domestic flight?
- Not flying the first leg of the journey – Company cancels the second-leg ticket
Can you actually skip a leg or more (either at start or the end)?
I know, as suggested in the comments, I can just walk out in any port, but these companies have their internal procedures and are responsible for you to a certain extent. When you buy a trip you also agree to certain rules. I don't know what these are but maybe they are strict on this for organizational purposes.
Update: This is Europe, Schengen area, which makes it easier from a legal perspective but I wonder if this would still be ok with countries with stricter VISA and immigration policies.