Originally Posted by Snoozeman
Usually, but not always. The Pursers office will have someone to walk you through the process. It won't take long.
If you do an alternating itinerary on the same ship try to do one where Key West or St. Thomas is the final port on the 1st cruise. That way you won't have go through customs or do anything between cruises (unless you choose to go ashore).
This is exactly our B2B scenario, Snoozeman. We will board Jan 30 on the Conquest (last port is Key West) and we will then start the second week with the Western Itinerary.
Do you think Carnival will be on the ball enough to realize that we won't need to go through immigration after the first cruise? If not, I'm going to do some pouting and tell them that Snoozeman said it's ok ;-)