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I did the online check in for both cruises, and printed out Set Sail passes for both cruises. You're going to have to leave the ship and "check in" for the second cruise with a brand new Sea Pass card, so I expect that I would need a new Set Sail pass.

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We printed both Set Sail passes but on gave the first one when we arrived at the port. Depending on the port you may or may not have to get off and go through on your turnaround. We got off in Santo Domingo to do a tour, but could have stayed on the ship. There was no immigration at all. I would take the 2nd set saill pass just in case, but most likely it is not necessary.

Have a great cruise!!!!

Dee

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I assume on a B2B you only have to fill in the check in for the first cruise. What happens if RCI send you 'reminder' e mails for the other one(s)? Do you just ignore them or what?

Simon

 

On Back-2-Back's, you have TWO seperate cruises with TWO seperate booking numbers. You should do the "Check-In" for BOTH cruises.

 

I would not ignore anything RCI sent me as a "reminder" - they have done this before and probably know more about it than you or me.;)

 

Hope This Helps.

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You do need to check in for both cruises. I printed out both set sail passes, but only needed the one for the 1st leg of our b2b. For the 2nd leg, at least in FLL on the Jewel, they walk you through 1 customs gentleman, have you sit in a set of chairs until the ship is given clearance for re-boarding, they then pass out the new set sail passes, take you picture, and back on the ship you go. You never go downstairs to where the general public is checking in, and if you do decide to leave the port area for some sightseeing, you will already have your new card, so you won't have to wait in the lines...just up the escalators and back on the ship.

 

Just a note: on your 2nd leg...disregard the part in the letter they give you that says they will use your same CC from the 1st leg for your charges for your 2nd leg. They won't!!! Go immediately to Guest Relations when you re-board and have them rescan you CC or else you will become a cash account.

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I assume on a B2B you only have to fill in the check in for the first cruise. What happens if RCI send you 'reminder' e mails for the other one(s)? Do you just ignore them or what?

 

Simon

We've done many b2b cruises..........we've printed out both SetSail Passes and have had to only turn in the first one for the first cruise when we check in at the pier on embarkation day.

 

However, if you are in a port where you can disembark the ship on turnaround day (the start of the second cruise) you might want to have it with you, because when returning to the terminal to reboard the ship, again depending on what port you are in, you may need it to get in even though you will have your new Sea Passes already. It seems that the port agents that are directing folks at the pier have no idea how a b2b works.

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