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My husband will be arriving later than me to the ship.  Do I need to wait for him to arrive before I can board the ship since we are in the same stateroom or does it matter.  Can I get on the ship before him?

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Boarding passes for both of you and he has his drivers license, and passport with him.

Edited by skrufy
Correction

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4 hours ago, skrufy said:

Boarding passes for both of you and he has his drivers license, and passport with him.

Willl not need a drivers license to get on.passport will be all needed. 

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1 hour ago, jmcathome said:

Willl not need a drivers license to get on.passport will be all needed. 

 

Unless he doesn't have a passport.  Then driver's license, birth certificate and boarding pass will be needed.

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2 hours ago, RWolver672 said:

 

Unless he doesn't have a passport.  Then driver's license, birth certificate and boarding pass will be needed.

The reply said tha/ he would need a passport and driver's license. If he has a passport he will never need another form of I'd. 

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43 minutes ago, bakersdozen12 said:

I’m curious, so I have to ask: what would cause a married couple to not arrive at port together?

If traveling from a distance, which most do, married couples who jointly own a business or other enterprise, do not travel together.  

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1 hour ago, bakersdozen12 said:

I’m curious, so I have to ask: what would cause a married couple to not arrive at port together?

On our first cruise we flew separately- my phobia of going down on the same plane leaving our small children orphans.  So we arrived at different times and rather then have him wait at the airport for me to arrive several hours later he took an earlier shuttle to board the ship on his own. This time I have business commitments in the am so he is driving the 1.5 hr trip to PC with others in our group to board early and I will be coming in the afternoon. We now live in FL so no flights but we have the flexibility of being able to travel to suit our needs.

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Yes, boarding is done on an individual basis, not by cabin. All will be fine!

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3 hours ago, bakersdozen12 said:

I’m curious, so I have to ask: what would cause a married couple to not arrive at port together?

 

It's not Noah's Ark 🦆🦆🐈 🐈 🐘🐘🐖🐖🦌🦌, it's a cruise ship.  🤣

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1 minute ago, Roz said:

 

It's not Noah's Ark 🦆🦆🐈 🐈 🐘🐘🐖🐖🦌🦌, it's a cruise ship.  🤣

LOLOLOL! Too funny!

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15 hours ago, skrufy said:

Boarding passes for both of you and he has his drivers license, and passport with him.

 

8 hours ago, RWolver672 said:

 

Unless he doesn't have a passport.  Then driver's license, birth certificate and boarding pass will be needed.

 

6 hours ago, jmcathome said:

The reply said tha/ he would need a passport and driver's license. If he has a passport he will never need another form of I'd. 

 

That is why I said what I did.  If he has a passport, that and his boarding pass is all he needs.  If he doesn't have one, then he needs his driver's license and birth certificate along with his boarding pass.

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