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Old February 11th, 2007, 10:34 PM
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Default Grand Princess - Aloha Deck & PIM form question

First time cruiser so excuse the silly questions.

Booked my cruise with a BF class, which from what I understood I received a cheaper booking rate because they could basically place me anywhere in the ship at that class. Just curious if the BC room on the Aloha Deck 242 is a decent room? Appears to be high and towards the end of the ship.

Second question - When filling out the Passenger Immigration Form is it mandatory that you write your CC information? I really don't like having to place my CC number and expiration date on paper unless absolutely neccesary. I have the boarding passes that have this information already in, so I wasn't sure if I had to duplicate it on paper as well.

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Old February 12th, 2007, 12:41 PM
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I've only been on 1 prior cruise so I'm certainly not an expert. What my family found was that the higher you go on the ship and the more forward and aft you go, the more we felt the movement of the ship. It wasn't bad or awful at all, just slightly noticible to us. However, if you're prone to anykind of motion sickness, this could affect you.
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Old February 12th, 2007, 12:52 PM
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First time cruiser so excuse the silly questions.

Booked my cruise with a BF class, which from what I understood I received a cheaper booking rate because they could basically place me anywhere in the ship at that class. Just curious if the BC room on the Aloha Deck 242 is a decent room? Appears to be high and towards the end of the ship.

As mention above, you might fee more ship movement. Unless you are prone to motion sickness, it is not an issue. I have found that the ship pitches more side to side than up and down.

http://www.princess.com/global/html/cp/tutorial.html


Second question - When filling out the Passenger Immigration Form is it mandatory that you write your CC information? I really don't like having to place my CC number and expiration date on paper unless absolutely neccesary. I have the boarding passes that have this information already in, so I wasn't sure if I had to duplicate it on paper as well.

Fill the form out online. Yes the CC info is necessary as that is the CC that all your shipboard charges go on. You printout all the forms online from the Princess Web Site. Take those with you. You will need to show that CC during the check-in process.
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Thanks for the info....

I guess that I was thinking that they had the form downloads for you to have a paper copy as well as your online version. Looks like I filled out way too much paperwork Rookie mistake.

Thanks alot for the response..
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