Posted June 20th, 2018, 07:25 PM
Thanks for the replys. We are a family of 6 with 4 teens 13-18. I guess the 18 is an adult and he's a pretty big guy. We're just trying to save money. Maybe I'll look into a suite and see if that might be a better option.
Sometimes it’s cheaper to get two inside cabins (cheapest category) side by side that have a connecting door. You can leave the door open between the cabins and it’s quite roomy. Double the cabin space, two bathrooms, two closets, plus the little ones have their own space to play in.
This can also be done with balcony cabins. And some balcony cabins are made where you can remove the divider between the balconies to make one extra large balcony. This option may also be cheaper than a suite depending on which cruise line and what time of year you’re sailing.
2001 Golden Princess 6/9/2001
2003 Royal Caribbean Rhapsody Of The Seas 5/11/03
2004 Carnival Conquest 9/12/04
2005 Royal Caribbean Mariner of the seas 6/12/2005
2005 Carnival Conquest 10/9/05
2006 Grand Princess 10/15/06
2007 Carnival Glory 8/12/07
2008 Carnival Triumph 7/20/08
2009 Norwegian Dawn 6/21/09
2010 Carnival Valor 8/15/10
2011 Carnival Freedom 8/13/11
Royal Caribbean Freedom of the Seas 8/11/12
2013 Carnival Dream 8/17/13
2014 Carnival Freedom 8/16/14
2016 Carnival Breeze 3/12/16
2017 Carnival Breeze 08/06/17
2018 Carnival Vista 09/08/18