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Old February 13th, 2008, 11:53 AM
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Default B2B Second Half

I have not done a B2B before. What is the process for the second week. I have the same cabin. Can this be handled on the ship or do you need to get off? It would be nice if you could sign up on the ship for the second week. Not a big deal eather way just curious. Thanks, Mike
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Nope, you have to get off and be processed by Homeland Security Officials.
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Those doing back2backs are asked to meet after the disembarking guests are off ... so you can sleep in. You are then escorted off the ship, to clear immigration, and then allowed to reboard before they start the embarkation process for the next weeks cruise.
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It sounds like the stuff can stay in the room. No packing and unpacking twice correct? Carole likes to bring loads of stuff. Us off and on is simple, packing and unpacking twice not as simple. I hope I have this right. Mike
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You do! If you have the same cabin for both, you can leave the mess as is
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Kukimonster... what if I am changing cabins? I hope I don't have to haul all of our junk down to check in then move in to our new spot... give me the scoop mooseman.
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Kukimonster... what if I am changing cabins? I hope I don't have to haul all of our junk down to check in then move in to our new spot... give me the scoop mooseman.
Nope.. the stewards will move the stuff... the hanging stuff you can leave hanging, but you will have to pack up the loose things in the drawers. But it can all stay on the ship. NO lugging it anywhere.
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Thanks, that makes me soooo happy. I hate lugging anything, anywhere..
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We have always wondered, do you have to attend the Muster Drill for the second week? I know it's important and have no problem going, just curious.
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