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Old June 8th, 2006, 02:18 PM
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Default Pride of Aloha Question ?

Hello All !
We will be sailing on the POAh in August of this year. Huge family reunion type thing with a bank of cabins on Deck 10. Our cabin is 0227.Its an ocean view/balcony. My question is regarding space. We wondered if it would be worth it to bring a pack-n-play ? Our youngest will be in our cabin and is the only one who Im thinking would do well with a piece of home for sleeping. Is there enough space anywhere in the room to put the pack-n-play. We arent against having to break it down during the day but I wont bring it at all if it just wont fit in the room. Our only other choice would be to turn the loveseat backwards against the wall ( assuming its not bolted down) to make him a safe place to sleep. We'd keep him in our bed but with Him, Dh and me and my preggy belly Im thinking that wouldnt be ideal.
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Old June 8th, 2006, 02:29 PM
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Unless I'm wrong, NCL can provide you with a pack n play. Just call guest services for NCL and request one. I've seen pack n plays on other NCL ships, so I don't see why the Pride wouldn't have them.
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