We have a friend who would like to join us on our upcoming cruise in May. Unfortunately, he can't find anyone to room with him and doesn't want to pay the single supplement. Since it's such a short cruise and a vacation with friends rather than a romantic getaway, we wouldn't mind if he stayed with us in a pull-down in our room. However, we've already paid for our cruise in full and got an inside guarantee cabin. Has anyone added a third person to a cabin at this point? Is it possible? Thanks.
If there is room for a 3rd person I don't see why they can't put him with you.We did the same on our last cruise..at the very last minute <2 days before sailing> we added our daughter to our cabin and it wasn't a problem. Good luck!
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Yes, if you can find out if the cabin they assign you will hold a 3rd person, you should be able to add them. We did that once when we had 3 and still had room for one more, it wasn't a problem.
I don't know what problem you had with your TA, but helping you with the details is what you are paying them for. I could have booked my Carnival cruise for $71.00 per person less thru an internet source, but was told me that Carnival does not allow companies to discount their commission yet this company continually does. I believe in following the rules so I booked with my ta. But that also shows me that I am paying her for her help and would expect her to give it to me whenever possible.
After we booked our next one, we decided to invite my sister in law, since she has crusied with us twice before. Our cabin doesn't have an additonal berth, but one of us will sleep in a roll away bed--probably, myself.
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