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1 hour ago, CrznTxn said:

Everyone must arrive at their scheduled time. Only Pinnacle members have a slight leeway in their boarding time (I believe an hour each side of their time). All others must adhere to their schedule.

 

1 hour ago, barbeyg said:

On CC, suite guests have reported being able to board 1 hour early/late as well. 

Boarded in suite last week, leeway 1 hour before or after chosen time.  At port terminal opening, Suite guests called fro m line and boarded first, approx 150 in line when terminal opened, 30 minutes before first time slot.

Just my experience, yours my differ

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19 minutes ago, BrianB said:

Curious…are suites ‘allowed to arrive an hour before their designated time’ the same policy at every port? Wondering about Port Liberty.

Supposed to function that way but if it's the first few sailings I'd expect the terminal contractors to make a few mistakes until it settles in and becomes well known.  

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20 minutes ago, SpeedNoodles said:

Full suites only? I assume Jr. Suites are not included in this.

Good question. ? I haven’t seen any JS say they are able to.  Maybe someone who has sailed will give us a heads up here. 

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I thought it was usually grand suite and above. I have loft suites on the Oasis so that should make me eligible…IF Port Liberty workers are aware of the one hour before procedure. Oh well, guess I’ll see in three weeks. Either I get in early or wait outside for an hour.

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Your concierge will email you 5-7 days before your cruise and give you specific instructions on if/when you can book earlier.

But right now they are enforcing check-in times, so I'd plan on that and see if concierge tells you any different.

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13 hours ago, WAAAYTOOO said:

BC JS were included in the suites boarding protocols but who knows how it’s going to work now.  Look on your Boarding Passes and if you see “Suite” on the BP my guess is that you will be included in the early boarding offer.  

Good idea. It says "suite" on the cruise planner, but "Stateroom" on my Set Sail Pass, so I'll just stick with my chosen boarding time and not risk being turned away.  I have a 1pm boarding time anyway, so NBD.  Thanks!

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12 minutes ago, SpeedNoodles said:

Good idea. It says "suite" on the cruise planner, but "Stateroom" on my Set Sail Pass, so I'll just stick with my chosen boarding time and not risk being turned away.  I have a 1pm boarding time anyway, so NBD.  Thanks!

RCG should rebrand/rename the Junior Suites.  JS passengers are being treated like second-class suite guests.

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12 minutes ago, PG Cruiser said:

RCG should rebrand/rename the Junior Suites.  JS passengers are being treated like second-class suite guests.

As long as they give me a bigger closet and double points they can call it the red-headed stepchild of suites and I'll be fine with it.

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11 minutes ago, SpeedNoodles said:

As long as they give me a bigger closet and double points they can call it the red-headed stepchild of suites and I'll be fine with it.

Ha ha... as a solo cruiser, I hate that I only get 3 points instead of 4

(Hi! I'm PG, I'm a CAS Points Addict)

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