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Old March 21st, 2009, 10:11 PM
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Do any of the carnival boats have any rooms that will hold 5 people we want to take are 3 kids with us in one room.
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We were on the Victory last summer. 5 to a room was the 2 twin beds put together, the couch, an upper and a rollaway bed. It was very cramped trying to find room each day to put the rollaway bed.
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What ship are you looking at going on?
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Do any of the carnival boats have any rooms that will hold 5 people we want to take are 3 kids with us in one room.
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Best as I can remember, all the Fantasy class will sleep 5 to a cabin.

Not sure about the others.....

Remember to get the "guys" to shower in the gym...that frees up the bathroom for the important folks!!!
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Do any of the carnival boats have any rooms that will hold 5 people we want to take are 3 kids with us in one room.
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Best as I can remember, all the Fantasy class will sleep 5 to a cabin.

Not sure about the others.....

Remember to get the "guys" to shower in the gym...that frees up the bathroom for the important folks!!!
Not all the Fantasy class cabins can sleep five to a cabin. Some rooms are set up with 4 beds, 2 twins and 2 upers and some can accomadate a rollaway bed. If you go on www.cruisedeckplans.com you can see the list of cabins that can accomadate a rollaway bed.
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We took a carnival out of Jacksonville 2 years ago and had 5 in our room. Can't remember the ship name. We had a roll away brought in for the 5th.
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Sorry but I would NEVER do that unless it was a Cat. 12... or another cruise line with one of the family suites. Yikes... save a little longer and get 2.
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That was a spring break cruise, we used it only for sleeping and showering...I don't think i would recommend that in most other situations.
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That was a spring break cruise, we used it only for sleeping and showering...I don't think i would recommend that in most other situations.
What sleeping... are the young getting lazy???? Lol and showering was the pool!
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I agree with Bob. I would never do that. It would make me want to go home so I could have more room.
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