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We are Platinum with Carnival, but haven't cruised with them since assigned boarding times began. 

We're  sailing out of Seattle and our boarding time is 12:30 to 1:00. Does anyone know the earliest   we can board or if we can wait in a designated priority room? Im sure there are threads pertaining to this, but I couldn't  find them. Thanks in advance!

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We sailed from Seattle on Legend this past Summer, we were in a suite and had FTTF. We showed up at the port terminal at about 10:30AM and had to wait about 15-20 minutes before they opened the doors and allowed us in. The check-in was easy and quick, we had to go to a waiting area upstairs and sat for perhaps another 15 minutes before they started letting the priority folks to board. We were on the ship by 11:30.

ETA: we're not Platinum but you are so I assume you are afforded early arrival and therefore early check-in and (usually) boarding privileges.

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2 hours ago, joepeka said:

We sailed from Seattle on Legend this past Summer, we were in a suite and had FTTF. We showed up at the port terminal at about 10:30AM and had to wait about 15-20 minutes before they opened the doors and allowed us in. The check-in was easy and quick, we had to go to a waiting area upstairs and sat for perhaps another 15 minutes before they started letting the priority folks to board. We were on the ship by 11:30.

ETA: we're not Platinum but you are so I assume you are afforded early arrival and therefore early check-in and (usually) boarding privileges.

same for our sailing out of Seattle.  My parents are Platinum.     Allowed in terminal at roughly 10:30am.   They were on the ship before 11.  Wife and I were on about 20 minutes later.  

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That is NOT a boarding time. It’s a appointment check in time. However, since you are Platinum, you can show up at any time.

 

Boarding time depends on clearance of previous passengers, and boarding of wedding parties, and Diamond before you.  

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