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Old March 6th, 2013, 03:11 PM
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Trying to decide if I want to switch to a JS, see if it's worth it...

I know JS gets me "priority" boarding, double points, and a bathtub...

What does Diamond level get me for boarding? anything?
If you arrive at the port prior to the start of embarkation you will be directed to "check-in" with other Suite Guests as your SetSail Pass will say "Suite" in the circle at the top. After check-in you will be seated with other Suite Guests and when boarding begins, this group of folks will board first. Boarding then goes by C&A level. Of course this all varies by port.

If you arrive at the port and boarding has already started, you will still use the check-in line for Suite Guests, but then will board with everyone else.
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Larger room and Priority boarding was the biggest things we saw.
Liberty/Allure

Only got priority boarding on Allure.
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Nice walk-in closet on some ships. Pillow preferences available sometimes, but not sure if that's my C&A or a stateroom perk. I think you DO have to be Gold to get the double C&A points.

Double C & A points are for anyone staying in a JS or above. Having a GOLD card doesn't get you double points unless you are in a suite.
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No lanyards, eh.....hmmmm I guess I'm bringing my Disney cruise line ones.

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I love staying in Jr Suites. Once I switched to a JS, I have not returned to a regular balcony. I love the added room space, larger balcony, and added comfort without the Grand Suite price. When finances have allowed, I have stayed also in a Grand Suite - on Vision - and Crown Loft Suite -on Allure. Both were excellent, and I loved the Concierge Lounge. Staying in those, however, depends on the overall cost. I am also Diamond, so I enjoy Diamond Lounge when staying in the JS.
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We are usually JS, so I'm familiar with that routine, but there are no boarding perks if you are Diamond? This will be our first as Diamond.

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If you arrive at the port prior to the start of embarkation you will be directed to "check-in" with other Suite Guests as your SetSail Pass will say "Suite" in the circle at the top. After check-in you will be seated with other Suite Guests and when boarding begins, this group of folks will board first. Boarding then goes by C&A level. Of course this all varies by port.

If you arrive at the port and boarding has already started, you will still use the check-in line for Suite Guests, but then will board with everyone else.
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We are usually JS, so I'm familiar with that routine, but there are no boarding perks if you are Diamond? This will be our first as Diamond.
All C&A members now have priority check-in. Priority boarding varies by port, but Diamond usually get to sit in the priority boarding area. Priority boarding only lasts a very short time, maybe 10 minutes. Once that period is over, everyone boards as soon as they check-in.
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