Dream B2B?

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  1. jrm11697

    jrm11697 Mouseketeer

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    We may do a B2B in 2011. What is the best way to book? Do you book them separately? Do you have to leave in between 1st and 2nd cruise?
    thanks!
     
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  3. orlandothebeagle

    orlandothebeagle Gotta love the beagles.

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    I got du to do it.they got the same cabin for both cruises.
     
  4. jrm11697

    jrm11697 Mouseketeer

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    OK. did u have to leave and re-enter the ship after the first cruise was over?
     
  5. stitchlovestink

    stitchlovestink DIS Veteran

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    I am NOT speaking from first hand experience, but read that you must be off of the ship by 9am. You will have to check back in at the terminal and you will be allowed back onboard at approx 10:30. Services on the ship will be limited when you first reboard, but it was my understanding that you would have access to your stateroom immediately if you are in the same stateroom. HTH
     
  6. thechief

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    We are B2B in March on the Dream. We have spoken to previous B2B passengers and they stated they were taken off for about 10-15 minutes.
     

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