Have you ever booked a B2B... on different cruiselines?

Now we are home and unpacked - except for the missing suitcase... and planning next spring’s adventure. We have a cruise booked on the Adventure of the Seas, and planned to spend the following week on land just as we have for the past few years.  Ike came up with the idea that maybe we could get off the RCL ship, go next door and board the Conquest again to repeat the itinerary we just had. We loved the ports. 


Has as anyone done something like this? We could also stay on the Adventure of the Sea and really have a B2B...... Such a stressful decision to make. LOL WinkBig Smile

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We went from one Carnival ship to a different Carnival ship once... It was easy and and made for a great time. I say, go for it!Big Smile


You are the adventurous couple! I am thinking of a B2B on the same ship as being a grand extravaganza. You make my mind seem small and weak even considering two different cruise lines.

Congratulations to you - I bow down in your presence !!!

P.S. Liked your cruise photos.

Decisions, decisions...Big Smile. I don't think you'll go wrong with either choice and will have a great time!

You guys are no help at all.... very supportive and encouraging, but no help with the decision making. LOL Big Smile

I think you'll find plenty to do for a B2B on AOS.

BTW, some on CC call your move from AOS to Conquest a side to side. I kinda liked that term Big Smile

I like that term too. A B2BS2S? Wink

Since you loved the Carnival Conquest cruise so much, I think you should definitely do that for your second week. One time we got off a ship in Port Canaveral and immediately drove to Fort Lauderdale to board another ship. Very fun and makes for good stories on both cruises!

If you do change ships, at least the menu will be different. But don’t forget to have your laundry done.

My friends have done that exact thing! They sailed a 7 night cruise with Princess,which ended on a Sunday morning in Ft. Lauderdale. That same day, they boarded Holland America with us. They said it was super easy and they enjoyed it. For them, since they were flying in from California, it made sense to book 2 cruises and fly just once time. Really made the cost of their airfare worth it!


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