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Old 11-19-2007, 10:31 AM
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OK English teachers, I guess it should be "whom".

My TA booked my husband and son in one cabin and my daughter and I in another....said it had to do with their ages.

My question, of course, is how to go about getting the beds pushed together in one room without the cabin steward thinking something really sick is going on.

I would imagine this is a common occurance (although I've read since we booked that RC doesn't have a problem with kids not being with parents if they're across the hall or adjoining, so my TA should have already known)

Has anyone had this experience?
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Old 11-19-2007, 11:14 AM
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RCI must have a parent or someone over the age 0f 18 booked in each cabin. Your room attendant won't blink an eye, just ask to have the beds pushed together in your room, happens all the time.
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Old 11-20-2007, 05:17 AM
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Thanks! I guess what happened is that my son was only 17 at the time of booking, but will be 18 at time of sailing.
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Old 11-20-2007, 05:44 AM
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OK English teachers, I guess it should be "whom".

My TA booked my husband and son in one cabin and my daughter and I in another
And English teacher would also tell you it should have been "and my daughter and ME in another..."

The current rule is that children traveling with parents have to be next door or directly across the hall from their parents. If not, then if someone in the room is under 21, there has to be someone else in the room with them who is 21 or older. An 18 year old has to have a 21 year old in the room with him or her, unless next door or across the hall from the parents.

That's probably why your travel agent booked one adult and one child in each room. As mentioned, you can tell the cabin steward onboard which room to arrange with beds together. You can even ask the travel agent to request that in advance for one of the rooms.

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Its no problem my son and his best friend stayed in the cabin next to ours (there 15) my son was originally in my room and his friend with my wife. just take care of it during check-in and remember to have your sea passes fixed as well.
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LOL that is a funny thought! My guess is, the stewardest is not going to know who is in whos room- they are not priveed to that info. and i dont think they care about the rules, unless your kids trash the room!
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Forgive the ignorance, but why is it important to have the seapass changed?
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Your seapass is what everything is charged to. It's also your key to get into your stateroom. You can take care of that before you board the ship.

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LOL that is a funny thought! My guess is, the stewardest is not going to know who is in whos room- they are not priveed to that info. and i dont think they care about the rules, unless your kids trash the room!
Are talking about a ship, or an airplane? I never had a stewardess on a ship.

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Last cruise we booked the 16 yr old and the 13 year old in one room and us next door.

this time we are across the hall and down 2 doors from them- they are 17 and 14 now and no one said a thing.

personally I agree with RCI with this one. Our last trip we had the boys in another hotel room next door and there was a fire and we couldn't get the boys to wake up and we stupidly didn't keep a copy of the key. We were more concerned about a stranger getting in. Not us.
Almost ruined a great vacation.

I wish we could have gotten adjoining rooms or that family suite. But i don't think I've ever seen the room available on line.
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