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Old September 8th, 2012, 12:37 PM's Avatar is offline
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It depends on where your B2B takes place. In the U.S., they require you to go through immigration between the cruises, but it's not a big deal.

In Europe, it's different depending on the country. Some require, some do not.

But in none of the situation is it a problem - relatively quick and easy. Some are quicker and easier than others, depending on the cruise line.

And yes, you get credit for 2 cruises if the cruise line you're sailing on still counts cruises instead of days.

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