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Old March 30th, 2011, 07:03 AM
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I was wondering, when it comes to check in time at the departure port, do both cabin mates have to be there at the same time, or if for say they were coming on different flights and got there at different times, can they check in by themselves?
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What is the time difference for the cruisers arriving at the port?
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if your flight times aren't hours apart its not a bad idea for you to wait for eachother and check in together, is it necessary, no, both names and information would be on the reservation
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I was wondering, when it comes to check in time at the departure port, do both cabin mates have to be there at the same time, or if for say they were coming on different flights and got there at different times, can they check in by themselves?
Good question. I will like to hear someone who knows the answer.
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Just print out two separate boarding passes.....problem solved in checking in together or apart if flight arrival times differ.
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If you are going to have two separate accounts for you sign and sail, there should be no issues
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What is the time difference for the cruisers arriving at the port?
Donna, at this point its just hypothetical discussion. I haven't booked yet for my November cruise because I am still looking at options, but always wanna be as informed as I can.
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FUNTOCRUISE gave you the correct answer. When doing your boarding passes, you have the option to print just one pass for the entire cabin, or a pass for each occupant of the cabin. Print a pass for each person, then check in as you arrive at the port of embarkation. Problem solved. Meet at the cabin, or better yet on Lido Deck!

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Generally, it is not required that all persons on a reservation check in at the same time, unless there are children involved in the reservation.

If it's all adults, they can check in seperately, if they are going to be on seperate onboard accounts. If all the adults in 1 cabin or on a single reservation are going to be on the same onboard account however, whomever the passenger that will be responsible for the onboard account has to be the 1st to check-in if they are checking in seperately.
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