Have you ever done a back to back cruise on 2 different ships or 2 different cruiseline's?
B2B cruises seem popular but I wonder how many people change ships or even go on a different Cruiseline for each week. It would be easy to do with so many ships in port at the same time, and heading out on the same day, wouldn't it?
I've never done a b2b. Hopefully once we retire, I can convince DH.
I've done B2Bs on the same ship but I've never changed ships on the same day / same port. The part I really like about a B2B is extending my cruise without having to get off the ship, so it would be counter-productive for me.
At the moment, I can only dream of doing a B2B. Once I retire, I'm hoping to do a B3B -- Caribbean/TA/Mediterranean. Hopefully I'll be able to afford it
I have done B2B cruises but always on the same hip. When I was on a HAL World Cruise, several passenger did tthis. The second ship left the day after our ship left the port.
Done it! We did a 2-night cruise from Port Canaveral on Carnival and drove right to a 4-night cruise on Celebrity from Ft. Lauderdale without stopping at home (Orlando) in between!
So your B2B concept worked out for me ... doing Regal Princess Mar 19 - 26, then Royal Princess Mar 30 - Apr 9. Just can't get enough of that beautiful Caribbean ...
We have not done a B2B on the same ship, but we did switch ships once. We had friends that bout a 4 day cruise for $250 with 1/2 price air and hotel. they really want us to go with them but we didn't have the deal and a 4 day is just not cost effective. So we went with them and when that cruise was over jumped on a different ship for a 7 day. I'd do it again if the need arises.
We are looking at a 6 day out of Fort Lauderdale and then 2 days later, a 4 day from Miami for spring of 2018. In the past we've done a land vacation post cruise, but it's really tempting to try this instead.