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We are currently booked with two rooms. My husband, myself and a grandchild. My son, who is in the middle of a divorce is in a second room with his two children.

The issue is that the divorce my not be final by cruise time and the children's mother may not allow them to go. He booked fully refundable fare.

My question is if he cancels his booking can we add just him to ours? We have a four person room. And if so will these cause all passengers to reprice at current rates.

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^ that may depend on who you get on the phone. You won't know until you call, at least twice.

Edited by Biker19

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If you add a person to the cabin, they may re-price at current rates.   At least that was my experience a few months ago. 


Hope you have an enjoyable cruise. 


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