I received my documents for the cruise I am going on November 30 on the Sea Princess. My cabin is guaranteed so I dont know which is my cabin. On my documents the luggage tag has a letter. Can anyone tell me the meaning of the letter .
Thanks Donna for your answer. But in my documents I have a category N guarantee cabin and it is suppose to be an inside cabin and in my luggage tag I have a G that is a outside cabin. The 2 categories are in the same floor.
Thats what I though the letter meant, so if Lillian has a "G", could still mean Guarantee and no cabin is assigned yet? She will have to either keep checking the princess site in the cruise personalizer to see if there is a cabin assignment, or check at the pier for her cabin and then put the approperate cabin # on the tags. They may even issue new tags with the correct letter for her deck?
Hi Becky, thats nice that you are going on the Sea Princess on November 30 with me. In my 14 cruises before this one, its my first time that I have a guarantee cabin. This situation is making me stressed.
Are you going on the Sea Princess too? If so, welcome to Puerto Rico. I am from here. You know something? I entered to the cruise personalizer and put the ID Booking and they say that doesn't exist. What do you think about the stress I have?
I am on the Golden Princess Lillian. My sister in law sailed the Sea Princess last year and loved it. I'm sure you will too.
My booking number is 6 digits, made up of numbers and letters. You put the last name and first name of one of the people on that reservation, and you're booking should come up. If it is NOT, I would call your TA.
You've got your documents, right? So try not to worry too much. Call your TA and get answers to your questions so you can relax.
The luggage tags for boarding are tagged according to the baggage elevator that is most-conveniently associated with your cabin (ie: F = fore baggage elevators, for the forward cabins.) I haven't had a tag with the letter "G" but I suspect you are all right -- it stands for "Guarantee" because no one knows which elevator will be most convenient.