My brother- and sister-in-law are cruising with us in January, but they booked with a different travel agent than we did. Can we still get our travel agent to cross-reference our reservations with theirs so we sit at the same dining table?
I believe so--just make sure both travel agencies have each others booking numbers
just call your travel agent and tell them that you want your reservation cross-referenced with the other reservation and give their booking number to your travel agency--have your brother and sister-inlaw do the same thing. Also request that you want to be seated with each other
This is what we'll do if my dad ever makes up his mind to come with us when we cruise in Aug. (They already have our booking # and i will get theirs as soon as they make their reservations)
you can do it either way - either get their booking number and give it to your TA or give them your booking number to give to their TA. You don't need to link the reservations together to get assigned to the same table for dinner, all you need is the booking number.
Once on board check with your brother & sister in law the table number and if early or late seating. The assignments should be in your cabin.
If they do not have the same table number see the M'D and get it straightened out.
This happened to us on a cruise, the booking numbers were all co-ordinated but when we got on board the 3 couples we were sitting with are split all over the place.
Alwats double check.
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