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Old July 19th, 2006, 10:37 PM
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Default Do Cruise Lines allow a room of 19/19/18/22 year olds?

I think Royal and Carnival require somebody over 25 in the room, but do any of the other cruise lines allow the guests to be 18 or 21 for that matter?

Also is there anyway around that rule or anything that could be done?


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NCL and Princess both allow 18 and over to book on their own.
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FYI - Princess does allow you to book if you are over 18, but they limit the number of teenagers allowed on board during any certain voyage, and the legal drinking age on cruise ships is 21. Your birthdate is printed on your cruise card on Princess and they do card for alcoholic purchases.
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Is there any reference made as to the marital status of the guests? ie. would married 21 year olds be able to honeymoon on a cruise, where a room full of 19 to 21 year olds might be turned down?
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I remember seeing somewhere... a while back that if you are married and under the age of 25 you are allowed to travel w/0 a 25 yr old in the room... but it's been quite a while.. im not sure if it is still applicable...
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I remember seeing somewhere... a while back that if you are married and under the age of 25 you are allowed to travel w/0 a 25 yr old in the room... but it's been quite a while.. im not sure if it is still applicable...
True as they expect married couple to be more "settled" soa lthough young not as party happy.
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Default Teens in Rooms on RCL

We're on the Mariner of the Sea's on Oct 1st. My 16 and 18 year olds are in their own room. No problem as long as it's adjacent to their parents.
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Last year I was on the Carnival Glory at the height of spring break. There was no way that a lot of the kids were over 25. Most of them were in college, so I would venture I guess and say they were under 21. I don't kno if Carnival has a formal policyregarding ages for guests in cabins.
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