Who do you believe has the more difficult task (hypothetically): a single female trying to find a person (either gender) with whom to share a stateroom on a cruise or an adventurous couple trying to find a single female who would like to share their balcony stateroom on a 4-night Caribbean cruise?
why would an adventurous couple want to share there balcony with anyone? Unless you are refering to "adventurous" only in the cabin. After asking such a question, makes me wonder what your problem might be. The single guy would have more of a problem unless he is gay I'd think. The solos that first book a room and then ask around hoping for a room share later are the ones that have problems.
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The hypothetical question did not involve "a single guy". It goes without saying that a single guy looking to room with a single female that he does not know would have the MOST difficult task, unless of course HE was paying the full cost.
When your a guy, You get the short end of the stick no matter what the situation. When we ask for a female roomate, the first thing comes to her mind that the guy wants sex. True or not. Ive tryed to set up a cruise even with a gay male, there worse then some females....
O.K. hypothetically! Three in a cabin would very like be cheaper per person than 2 in the same cabin. Most cruise lines offer a cheaper fare for the 3rd and 4th passengers in the same room. So split 3 ways equally it would be cheaper to cruise 3 to a cabin. BUT, as a single women, sharing a cabin with "an adventurous couple" doesn't sound like the kind of fun I want to have on a cruise! BUT, maybe me and 2 straight men who are JUST looking to save money on a cruise could be fun!!!