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Old January 16th, 2014, 05:42 PM
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Barbara - what they were telling you about, if you traveled solo, is the singles supplement - which means if you occupy a room sold as "double occupancy" (which is 99.99% of all cabins) as a solo, you have to pay the double occupancy fee.

I would like to think that most cruise lines DO allow you to change the name of a traveling companion, or change a singles booking to a double booking, as long as you do it within a decent amount of lead time before the cruise.

But I am not an expert in this field, - maybe one of our travel agent friends will chime in here, someone who knows this situation intimately.
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