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The parties involved should go together to Guest Relations. They can make new keys. It's often done for parents and children, less often with groups of adults. That's why you'll need to go together -- so they know that everyone has agreed to it. The new keys will be door keys only, not valid for getting on and off the ship or for charging purchases to SeaPass accounts.

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I'm confused. Doesn't each passenger get a sea pass card which is also the room key? If yes, then each occupant will have a key. If they are children, you may indeed need to go to Guest Relations.
Your seapass card only opens the door to your own cabin.


When friends and family members travel together, they often want to have keys to each other's cabins, regardless of whether or not they are traveling with children.


So you can go to Guest Relations and request extra key cards to your own cabin to give to whomever you want.

The additional cards are door keys only. They cannot be used for charging anything or for getting on or off the ship.


A registered occupant of the cabin has to be the one who requests the extra key, not the recipient.

Otherwise we would all be lined up at Guest Relations requesting keys to the penthouse suite. :D


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Hi everyone. We're traveling with a family group of six (3 cabins) in Aquaclass. We'd like to get extra cabin keys. Is this easy to do, and how do we go about it? With thanks in advance. Brian


What we have done with our group of six is get all 3 room together. On the Solstice class ship you can have the balcony dividers opened. That give us a nice big balcony. If the balcony door is lock you my not want to come in.:rolleyes: Richard

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Before my father in law passed away we traveled with him on several cruises and we always got an extra room key for his room so my hubby could check on him at night after bed time. Easy to do just go to guest relations with all room guests (one per cabin) and they will print a blank key that just opens the door nothing else.

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