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Hi, I'm hoping someone can direct me as to how to book multiple cabins.

It shows the option of "cabin 1" where you can select the amount for that cabin but even if

i continue with a "dummy" booking i cant find how to add another cabin!

Sorry in advance if the answer is really easy and obvious!

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Just tried it on my phone and cant seem to fathom it, unless you have to complete one before before doing the next.

My advice would be to ring an online TA they will sort it out for you, and will give a discount up to 5%  on what P&O quote as well.

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1 hour ago, terrierjohn said:

Just tried it on my phone and cant seem to fathom it, unless you have to complete one before before doing the next.

My advice would be to ring an online TA they will sort it out for you, and will give a discount up to 5%  on what P&O quote as well.

I agree, this is exactly what I would do as well.

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10 hours ago, jeanlyon said:

Definitely use a good cruise Travel Agent.  You will get an extra discount if you do that.

I have tried a couple other sites online got same price .we only have 1 TA in town and they are same price tried last year. My brother booked it all in his home town with different TA who gave us 5% discount, 

we want 4 cabins for 2021.

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Most definitely you should use a  specialised cruise consultant. Mine even gives cheaper price than dealing with P&O  yourself. Ring them up and they will do everything over the phone for you including linking all cabin bookings together . I have booked multiple cabins several times and we have always been allocated the same dining table together as we requested.  The other benefit is that your cruise consultant will advise you on types of cabins, locations, deck position and pro`s and con`s in much more detail than P&O do. I have booked 4 cabins for this October without a hitch.

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