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Old January 13th, 2011, 03:12 PM
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I'm about to book a cruise in June, either to Bahamas or E. Caribbean. I'll be traveling with my girlfriend and her 3 kids (ages, 17, 16 & 5). Can anyone recommend a cruise line that offers adjoining cabins? And isn't there a reduced rate for 3rd, 4th and 5th passengers? I thought Carnival offered this but can't remember. Please help...thanks.
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I think your family with their age group, would enjoy Carnival,and they do offer adjoining cabins,and, reduced rates for 3/4 passengers.
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I'm about to book a cruise in June, either to Bahamas or E. Caribbean. I'll be traveling with my girlfriend and her 3 kids (ages, 17, 16 & 5). Can anyone recommend a cruise line that offers adjoining cabins? And isn't there a reduced rate for 3rd, 4th and 5th passengers? I thought Carnival offered this but can't remember. Please help...thanks.
Carnival offers adjoining cabins.
The reduced rate is for 3rd or 4th person in the same cabin.
Each cabin must have two full fares.
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Just something to check into, is a family suite on Royal Caribbean, may save some $. You will still have to pay 4 full fares to get 2 cabins ajoining on Carnival.. They do book quickly, so I'd make a call ASAP and see availability.
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