Aldrich - Answered a Question by Wilson (09 Jul 08 17:10)

Call your travel agent and get them to check. The first 2 people in the new cabin will pay the full price at today's rate. If they are children (under 21) then they have to be in the room directly opposite.

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Wilson - Answered a Question by Wilson (09 Jul 08 18:55)

Hi Booked direct with RCCL, the room is for our 2 "kids" age 23 & 16, really don't want to have to pay full if it can be helped, otherwise well just squeeze together.

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Buckley - replied to Wilson (10 Jul 08 13:17)

Please use an agent next time it may have some advantage to book direct but the agents sometimes share the commission or get specials from the cruise companies.they will probably charge the full inside cabin rate but if you dont ask you wont get so phone and ask?

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Aldrich - replied to Wilson (10 Jul 08 20:20)

I repeat: the first two people in each cabin - irrespective of whether they are 2 or 82 yrs old - will always pay the full price. Now as there is a 23 yr old they do not have to be right opposite. I do not know what sail date you are on but sometimes there are 'last minute' special offers so you can grab a room at a good rate. You can always see availability on RCI website. Good luck. Remember 2 cabins = 2 bathrooms...!

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jones - Answered a Question by Wilson (12 Jul 08 23:36)

You will pay full for the first 2 in any cabin - any age. We have 15 and 14 year olds in cabin next door to us - paying full price !!

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