Question about Back to Back cruises

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  1. WishingMom

    WishingMom DIS Veteran

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    When booking, how does the transportation work...if I chose to use the DCL transfers to and from the airport. Do I pay transportation for both legs of the cruise, or just 1?
     
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  3. kcashner

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    You pay for one way transfer on each cruise. On the first leg, you'd have one way transfers from MCO to Port Canaveral. On the second leg, you'd have transfers from PC to MCO.
     
  4. WishingMom

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    Thanks, and what about the boarding process, do you just get off the ship after your first leg, grab your baggage and turn around and go back to the terminal again??
     
  5. WishingMom

    WishingMom DIS Veteran

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    Oh, and one other question... when booking a B2B do you have to pay both the deposits at the same time?

    Thanks
     
  6. Crystal_27

    Crystal_27 DIS Veteran

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    I actually asked your same questions a couple days ago, and got some helpful responses. Here's the thread: http://www.disboards.com/showthread.php?t=2383683

    As to the deposit, yes, you will have to pay both at the same time. We opted to stay in the same stateroom for both cruises, and our TA said that they will link the reservations behind the scenes, but I don't know if they are saying they will be linked on Disney's end or just the TA's end. I'm actually very excited about our B2B. I'm hoping it will live up to expectations. :goodvibes
     
  7. kcashner

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    Whether you are changing staterooms or not, you do not need to take your luggage off the ship. I've posted several descriptions of our experience along with pro and con of B2B vs 7 night sailings. If the above link doesn't give what you need, feel free to pm me.

    You pay the deposit when you book the cruise. SO, if you book both legs at the same time, you'll pay both deposits at the same time.
     

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