What is a back-to-back (combined) itinerary?

When a passenger takes more than one cruise in consecutive order, it is called a back-to-back cruise. The cruises can be on the same ship or different ships. There can be no more than a one-day lapse between cruises to be considered a back-to-back cruise. Depending on the port and customs regulations, guests may be required to disembark and reembark between sailings, and may be required to complete a Customs Declaration Form after each cruise. If the guests disembark whilst customs is inspecting the ship, the guests will need to wait until customs has finished before they can re-embark. Some entertainment options and dining room menus may be duplicated during the second cruise.

What about Documentation, Visas and Passports?

What time do I board the ship on embarkation day and in ports of call?

What about special dietary needs?

What is My NCL, and what are eDocs?

What do I have to consider when choosing a travel date?

How many suitcases can I take?

What is prohibited on board?

Which vaccinations might be necessary?

What clothes should I pack?

When can I pre-book Dining and Entertainment?

How can I book a transfer from the airport to the pier?

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