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Old July 26th, 2006, 10:59 AM
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Me and my family are going on a cruise in October and we are getting two separate rooms one for me, my brother and my sister and the other for my parents. The thing is that neither me or my siblings are 21. So I know there are tones of people out there who have done this. I was just curious as to how it is done. Thanks a bunch.
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Old July 26th, 2006, 12:06 PM
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The ship's manifest will actually show one parent in each room. Then usually what happens is, the parents stay in their own room and the kids in the other.
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that's what my family does. em and my sister stay in one room and my parents in another. it was the best thing we've ever done. it takes less time for everyone to get ready. and the cabin doesn't feel that small. you don't have to worry about your parents knwoing you didn't come in on your curfew (if you have one)

the first time we had separate cabins was when we went on our first bermuda cruise and we were going kayaking really morning so they wanted us back in the room by 1. so we called them from our room told them we were going to bed, they wanted us in our pajamas to check, so we walked over to their room in our pjs (looking ready for bed) then they sent us back to our room. we hung out there for another half hour just in case. then changed back in our regular clothes and went out again until 3. that's the best part of separate cabins.
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having two seperate rooms is great, and especially good if you want to come back to your cabin late?
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my parents and my sister and i do that too, we just always have a problem with the cards. my dad's card and my card are always for the other rooms. usually, we just switched, and then switced again when we got off the ship, but ive heard you can get extra room keys which is what we are going to try this time!
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Usually of a cruise line senses that this type of action is going to occur, they book the families in adjoining rooms when possible. The liability of having teens between 12 and 17 in a cabin, alone with no direct connection to the parent's cabin is so great it could nearly cost a cruise line a ship. Personally though i have gotten luck enough at times to get a suite up to i think it was 16 cabins away! Now that was a cruise worth remembering!!!! We were on the Mariner of the Seas as well.
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Dj are you saying you had a suite seperate to your parents that was 16 cabins away from them?
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I did two rooms on my last cruise-
me, my friend, my brother - 1 room.
parents- other room.

It worked mostly because of space- even if we were in the same room as my parents it wouldn't matter because they aren't strict. they let us do w/e we want...but for others who do have strict parents then this might be pretty helpful
sooo ya its a funn timeee
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Yeah. Me and my family always do two rooms. because unless your in a suite it can get pretty cramped..And when we stay in two rooms they defintley let you be more independent during the cruise
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yes, you can basically come and go as you please, it is great.
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