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Old 06-21-2007, 01:41 PM
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My wife and I will be sailing on Adventure of the Seas on 7/22/07 with our 18 year old son and his 19 year old friend and I have a couple of questions about our cabin arrangements. With the RCI age requirements I booked my wife and son in one cabin and his friend and myself in the other. We have inside cabins next to each other but not connecting. My plan is (per our TA's suggestion) to have our son and his son stay in the same cabin. Better for them and much better for me. Our previous four cruises have been with HAL and we seem to notice children staying in cabins without adults and I was wondering if this is common practice to switch things up after embarking.

Is it possible to get key access for each other's cabins when we check in at the pier? If not the biggest drawback I can think of would be the boys would have one key to get into their room and my wife and I would be in the same boat.

On a side note we are really looking forward to sailing on AOS out of San Juan. We sail every other Christmas on HAL with my wife's side of the family and HAL is her mother's favorite. We have always enjoyed the cruises but were looking for more activities for the boys.

Thanks for any help.
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Old 06-21-2007, 02:49 PM
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Scarletjim- As you pointed out, you would not be the first people to have done the two cabins thing. You can certain ask them at the embarktion desk if you can have keys that open both cabins (I don't know if they can do this but I would think they could) If not that, then ask for three or four keys for each cabin so that you all can get into both and then sleep where you want to.

I don't think its a big deal to them if you want to switch cabin mates around as long as you are going on the cruise with them AND you booked the cabins, I do not know of any rules that say they have to have an adult in their cabin (especially if you are next door)
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