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    Hi,

    I'm completely new to cruising. I wonder how I book a cabin for 3 adults on this website?

    Thanks!

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    Originally posted by lsb, london View Post
    Hi,

    I'm completely new to cruising. I wonder how I book a cabin for 3 adults on this website?

    Thanks!
    hi Very easy, on the main page http://www.cruise.co.uk/ there's a phone number, freephone, try that, but just a little bit of advice, get at least 3 quotes from diff TA, make sure they all have everything included, flights if you need transfers if you need them,

    This is just a forum, but your welcome to join in anytime :D

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      #3
      Originally posted by lsb, london View Post
      Hi,

      I'm completely new to cruising. I wonder how I book a cabin for 3 adults on this website?

      Thanks!


      Look at the site consider all the feedback. :o
      Tips (gratuities) cabins and ships.
      Look for onboard credit and deals ;)
      any questions just ask someone will always help :D

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        #4
        Welcome aboard. There are cabins for three people on all ships. Some ships have single cabins.
        See my cruise blog: HERE

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          #5
          I never book on line. Even if it states extra discount for doing so - just phone and ask. As simple as that.

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            #6
            No problem -make your needs known!

            Many cabins have one or two extra bunks that drop down 'out of the sky' literally
            to provide top bunks for kids.

            When you first walk in, it'll be down already with a small ladder against it.
            very convenient arrangement..
            ;)
            .
            Cruise Ships - Profile Ticker

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              #7
              On Arcadia the larger inside cabins have a comfy sofa bed for the 3rd adult--as do the balconies.

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                #8
                Originally posted by Bradbury, Coventry View Post
                I never book on line. Even if it states extra discount for doing so - just phone and ask. As simple as that.
                I booked online once. Even though I'm very, very comfortable with computers and t'internet, it worries me too much to commit that much money on the touch of a button and prefer to contact my agent of choice online and then get them to ring me to do the transaction.

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