Have booked two cabins one outside and one inside which is opposite. We want the children to have there own cabin. Will carnival be ok with this or will we have to pretend one adult is in each room. (Will the cabinstaff report us if we let the children have their own cabin)!!
Yes, you have to pretend that one adult is staying in each cabin. Only adults over twenty one can book a cabin on the ship. This cut way down on the old over 18 rule which meant alot of college kids on spring break! Happy sailing!
When the steward comes around to meet you the first day, I'd just say that you have both rooms, introduce yourself and your children, and leave it at that. It shouldn't be a problem. The rule is in place (concerning no children under a certain age in a room without an adult) to decrease the number of spring breaker type people. I don't think you'll have a problem.
We have this arrangement for our cruise next week. Travel agent and Carnival said no problem. Page 2 or 3 of Welccome Aboard brochure says ok if parents are traveling with kids to have different cabins. (P.S. kids are 14 and 18) Looking forward to only having to share bathroom with husband Girls have been warned to behave or else.
Cindy - Had to laugh at the Riot Act being given to your girls! Guess we'll be doing the same for the cruise next year with 2 cabins. I can just hear all the giggling, giggling, giggling.....! I'll have to think up a really good Riot Act Speech to give them.