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- how does a b2b cruise work? If we have 2 cruises, one on 11-2 and one on 1-9 and their both GTY rooms.
- - Asked by NOAH on 7/29/2013
- Ahoy Noah!
You lucky duck! You get to experience double the fun on your November sailings! First of all my fingers are crossed that Disney Cruise Line will be able to assign you the same stateroom for both sailings. Since you have booked a Guarantee for both, they will do their best to put your family in the same stateroom for your entire vacation. Guarantees are usually assigned between around 45 days prior to sailing so you could try calling when you find out the first room to see if they can see both reservations in the system.The night before your first cruise is over, you will receive a letter in your stateroom explaining procedures for back to back cruisers. You will have to disembark between cruises so if you do have to change staterooms, you will need to speak to your stateroom host/hostess about having your luggage transferred for you. I've cruised back to back before, and we did have to pass through U.S. Customs with our passports before being able to enter the cruise terminal again. Once in the terminal, we checked back in, received our new Key to the World cards, and waited about 30 minutes before we were allowed to embark again. Once onboard, we hit the pool area which was empty until other areas of the ship opened back up. (Our stateroom stayed the same so we were allowed to go back to change.) It was really smooth and seamless!
I hope my answer is helpful, Noah! Thank you for visiting the Moms Panel!
Have a magical day!
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