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Cruise marked N/A versus Sold out


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Change the amount of guest 's . :)

Thanks. That solved my problem. Studios show up as N/A if you have not indicated one guest. I figured I must have being doing something wrong, like how could all the studios be gone in every cruise no matter what I was looking at.

Thanks again.

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Also: sometimes it will say that a certain cabin or category is not available, but if you work with a TA, they may be able to reserve that category or cabin for you. I wanted to book an inside across from a balcony, but NCL said the cabin was not offered. When I made the reservation with my TA, she was able to reserve the cabin I wanted.

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