When I went in April 2004, my husband and I were in one room and the kids in the other, right next door. We booked them this way directly with Carnival. Hope this helps.
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Yes, they will allow you to have teens in one cabin and adults in another. I'm booked on the Triumph to Canada June 27, 2005. My parents have their own cabin right next to mine that I'm sharing with my sister. I'll be 18 then and my sister will be 14. I also booked through Carnival. No worries, Mate! Hope I helped!
Guests are required to be 21 years old (on embarkation day) to travel. Guests under the age of 21 must be accompanied in the same stateroom by a parent or guardian 25 or older. The exceptions Carnival will make to this policy are:
Married minor couple - The booking must be documented that the couple is married. The couple must have proof of marriage at embarkation or they will be denied boarding without the benefit of a refund.
Domestic Partners/Same-Sex Union minor couple - The booking must be documented that the couple are legal Domestic Partners/Same-Sex Union. The couple must have legal proof of partnership/union at embarkation or they will be denied boarding without the benefit of a refund.
Guest ages will be verified at embarkation. Guests not conforming to this policy will be denied boarding and assessed a 100% cancellation penalty. NO exceptions will be made at embarkation.
Kids traveling with parents are also an exception. Used to be we had to list one adult with one child in a cabin, and change it once onboard. But now, when it's obviously a family, they don't make us jump through that hoop anymore.