Does DCL hold you to your boarding time?

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  1. JimmyJackJunior

    JimmyJackJunior DIS Veteran

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    My brother was allowed to Board last year with us at our earlier time.
     
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  3. neg58

    neg58 DIS Veteran

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    The number on your KTTW card is your lifeboat number! It took me forever to discover this. I had #2 on a card and no one could tell me what it meant. The next cruise I had #11 and finally figured out it was a lifeboat number. I check the boat above my last muster station and it was indeed #2.

    Nancy
     
  4. tweis

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    Wow! Ok, this makes sense. ;) Our muster stations have been inside both times so I have not actually seen the number on our lifeboat before.
     
  5. lbgraves

    lbgraves Little Cinderella's Mommy

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    The large letter is your muster station. The reference here is to the smaller number in the middle of the KTTW card along the bottom. :)
     

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