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How to find cabins that are still available

Pat in NC

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I remember checking on the RCCl web site to see what cabins were still available for our last cruise.

The problem is, I can't remeber how I got to that site!:confused:

If I remember correctly, it would give you a list of cabins that were still available for a certain type of stateroom.

Any help would be greatly appreciated. Pat

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got to www.royalcaribbean .com, click on your ship's name and date range, then find the specific sailing date. Click on begin reservation. You will get a page with different options--how many sailing, what state, are over 55, do you need ground transportation, etc. be sure to fill out all of those that apply & then hit enter or next or continue (sorry, I do it so much & can't remember). 1 thing I learned is that they only post 5 cabins per category, so there may be a bunch more in the category you are interested in. I have also called crown & anchor and asked if a specific cabin is available, they have always been very acommodating.:)

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Or you can go to the major travel site that starts with an Ex and go through the motions of booking a cruise. They show more than 5 cabins if they are available and there is a little flashing dot on top of each cabin making them easy to spot. The RCI website makes you scan each deck for the available cabins. I find the flashing dot so much easier. Although I do notice that sometimes, depending on the ship, the dots don't always appear - rather one dot flashes in the upper corner of the screen. But usually it works properly.


If you see a room you want, you can just call RCI and book it if it doesn't show up on the RCI website.


I have found that you can force the RCI website to show other cabins if you pretend to book a room by pretending you are going to book it and then open another browser to pull up the site again - or use a different computer in your house while holding a room - if you have multiple computers. But really, ex*****.com is so easy and then making a call to RCI works well.

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