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Old 04-07-2007, 06:08 PM
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Hello wilson; it is my understanding that there has to be at least one adult in each cabin--at least for booking purposes; how you divide up once onboard is up to you. Each of you will get one cruise (key) card so one of the teens will have to do without if you want a key to their cabin. Maybe they can issue an additional card--I have no experience with this.

Emerald Princess does have two "family suites" which consist of two interconnecting balcony cabins all the way forward on Dolphin deck, D105 and D106; you might look into them.