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  1. ACJT

    ACJT DIS Veteran

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    Is it possible to have two rooms (connecting ). And only one adult (4kids) divided up amongst the two. Or does Disney require an adult in each room?
     
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  3. KristiMc

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    I believe if there are minors in a room there must also be someone 21 and older booked.
     
  4. cruisecrasher

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    I don't know, but there are rooms that sleep 5. And they do charge the first two room occupants at the adult rates...
     
  5. PrincessShmoo

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    I believe DCLs policy is 1) All passengers in a cabin must be 18 or older, or 2) If anyone in the cabin is younger than 18 years old, someone in the cabin must be 21 or older.
     
  6. ACJT

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    So how do single parents with more than 4 kids cruise with DCL?
     
  7. LWQuestie

    LWQuestie I'm the Rocketeer!

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    In a suite or they don't.
     
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    In a suite, or with a friend or grandparent.
     
  9. justmestace

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    There MUST be one adult booked per stateroom. But with each room, you'd still pay for two adult fares first. Each additional person is charged per age, after the first two adult fares. Even if one adult booked a suite with four kids, it would be charged as two adults and three kids.
     
  10. Aggiegrl

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    Or in a 5 person cabin. Doesn't have to be a suite. There are 5 person balcony cabins on the classics and 5 person oceanviews and balconies on the new ships. We are a family of 5 and Disney trips appeal to us because their hotels and cruise ships have options for our family.
     
  11. LWQuestie

    LWQuestie I'm the Rocketeer!

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    A single parent with more than 4 kids (aka 6+ people) will not fit in a 5 person cabin.
     
  12. Aggiegrl

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    Sorry, thought she was still talking about herself with only 4 kids. Didn't catch the more part.
     

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