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Hello. I am considering booking the imagination out of Miami for September 2013 I want to do 2-4 day cruises and also 3 day to Nassau. So I would start with the first 4 day to key west and coz then return for the second leg and go to Nassau for an overnight and then return for leg 3 the same key west and coz itin. I like that it is different ports not just to the Bahamas. But my question is this, I have found a port hole room available on a 3 consecutive sailings but I kind of want to move around to try dif cat staterooms. I have read reviews where people who do b2b's only have to exit the ship to get new s&s cards. Finally my question, if i do change rooms would I have to exit the ship for a period of time? Or just wait with the other b2b'ers thx in advance.

 

 

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Hello. I am considering booking the imagination out of Miami for September 2013 I want to do 2-4 day cruises and also 3 day to Nassau. So I would start with the first 4 day to key west and coz then return for the second leg and go to Nassau for an overnight and then return for leg 3 the same key west and coz itin. I like that it is different ports not just to the Bahamas. But my question is this, I have found a port hole room available on a 3 consecutive sailings but I kind of want to move around to try dif cat staterooms. I have read reviews where people who do b2b's only have to exit the ship to get new s&s cards. Finally my question, if i do change rooms would I have to exit the ship for a period of time? Or just wait with the other b2b'ers thx in advance.

 

 

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It doesn't matter whether you stay in the same cabin or change cabins on each leg of your journey. You will be escorted off the ship at the end of each leg to go through the check in process again and get your new S&S card.

 

Sometimes there is a brief delay before you can reboard and sometimes there isn't. But either way you will be back on the ship prior to when general boarding begins.

 

If you stay in the same cabin, you will continue to have access to it without having to wait until the typical 1:30 timeframe. If you change cabins you might not have access to your new cabin until it's been completely cleaned and made ready close to the usual time.

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It doesn't matter whether you stay in the same cabin or change cabins on each leg of your journey. You will be escorted off the ship at the end of each leg to go through the check in process again and get your new S&S card.

 

Sometimes there is a brief delay before you can reboard and sometimes there isn't. But either way you will be back on the ship prior to when general boarding begins.

 

If you stay in the same cabin, you will continue to have access to it without having to wait until the typical 1:30 timeframe. If you change cabins you might not have access to your new cabin until it's been completely cleaned and made ready close to the usual time.

 

Thank you for the help.

 

 

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