Wilba - Answered a Question by bunting (26 Sep 08 20:27)

There is always a reduction for 3rd & 4th person this varies with age of 3rd & 4th passengers, cruise line, time of year etc. This could be from a reduced price to zero, depending on any of the said factors.

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Dyer - Answered a Question by bunting (26 Sep 08 18:26)

Hi, yes four people can share a cabin, there is usually a limited number of four berth rooms on every ship, two single beds and two beds that are pulled out of the wall so it is a bit like two bunk beds, top two have to be quite nimble to climb ladder to reach bed, these beds can be pushed back into the wall during the day, room will be quite cramped, but you do not spend over much time in the room,also you only have one bathroom, so work a rota, it is all quite possible.The price is adjusted accordingly, two full paying passengers and then two cheaper, the four bedded rooms are sold quite quickly especially in school holiday time as they are handy for families,some ships have a different configuration for the beds, but this is the one we have encountered, have a great time.

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