geomagot Posted August 21, 2013 #1 Share Posted August 21, 2013 I would like to conduct an experiment, re cabin allocations are they randomly allocated???:confused: I have a theory.........:) until recently, I never prebooked a cabin I usually book an outside cabin and left it to fate as to where our cabin(s) will be located....until recently (and after a few poorly located cabins....mainly at the stern!) I now cough up the fee and prebook:( but, after a few years of cruising I noticed that we always seem to be located at the back of the ship (end of the corridor) never the front, not often even midships (this is the case for all the thoms ships we have been on) it occurred to me that maybe my surname is coming into play here? my surname ends with a letter that is almost at the end of the alphabet I am wondering if they use some sort of tetris system to allocate cabins from the front alphabetically??....if my surname began with the letter a/b/c/d would this result in me being allocated a cabin nearer the front (or on a lower deck)?? my mil (who usually shares withthe kids) and who has a surname at the beginning of the alphabet is often allocated a cabin at the other end of the corridor? near the front and often on the deck below (yay!):p anyone else who usually books the same grade/deck cabin each time and who does not prebook a cabin, notice that they are often located in the same area on the ship? or, is it just me?......? if my theory is correct? this could mean that (based on your surname) there may be no need/a need to prebook a cabin? as you could have a rough idea as to where your cabin will be located would be grateful for replies:cool: thanks guys Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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