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What is the difference between a 1J and a 2J Boardwalk Balcony Room?

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Hi!  I am currently booked in a 2J Boardwalk Balcony room.  I noticed on my sailing the price of a 1J Boardwalk balcony room is around $225 cheaper.  I am wondering what is the difference.  I am not finding much.

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I thought it was based on occupant quantity - 2 pax as opposed to 4 pax fold out sofa. 

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It is occupancy..

 

every category that starts with an odd number holds more than 2 guests. 
every category that start with an even number holds 2 guests. 
 

Location is determined by the letter but since all CP balconies are considered midship (between the elevators) there is only one letter associated with this category. 

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1 minute ago, Ourusualbeach said:

Nope.  Occupancy. 

My mistake. Thanks for correcting it. 

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Also, as noted above, 1J and 2J are Central Park Balconies. 
Boardwalk Balconies are 1L and 2L. 

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I mean 1L, 2L.  The font was too small. lol

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Posted (edited)
30 minutes ago, Jingerwoppy said:

JJ - J = J

 

So 1 J

Lol except a 1J holds more people than a 2J. 

 

And  6D is a downgrade from a 2D, took me a while to understand a lower number is higher cat. Seems backwards.

 

I've decided rcl made it like a secret code so outsiders cant understand.

Edited by firefly333

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I called RC- and actually they are I's!

 

I1

I2

anyway- I decided to upgrade to a d5 cabin- and it was still less than the price I was paying for a Boardwalk Balcony room.  

 

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On my cruise the boardwalk balcony cabin was about $80 more than my D2. 

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