I appreciate NCL giving the solo cruisers a break, but even the Living Room wouldn't get me. And I am thinking of booking an NCL....I think I am coming around to Freestyle, the screens showing open tables are interesting.
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In the presentation I attended one of the bullet items for this was affordability, and another was they are being upfront on the cabin size.
I've stayed in cabins not much larger - even with three of us (son was 5) - on the old Norwegian Sea. That was 112 square feet and definitely not as well laid out as these Epic cabins. I could handle it for a week, probably not much more than that.
I would hope that priority is given to cruisers truly traveling solo.
Absolutely. I'd hate to see the bookings eaten up by those who could share a cabin but see this as a way to kill two birds with one stone, with more space and private bedrooms at night if they get connecting cabins. But I fear that is what will happen.
They are also going to allow these cabins to be blocked out for group space, and they can be booked for a couple although that will incur the usual double occupancy fees.
I didn't realize those cabins were going to be for singles...great idea tho!
We hope to be on that ship by the end of summer, beginning of Fall....Pre-booked a cabin on one of our NCL trips this past summer...
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