Another thread on splitting up families into different cabins got me to thinking about this. It was said that different cabins, possibly even those right next to each other might have different muster stations. In the event of an actual emergency...how is this really handled? Do you have to show up at your muster station and can only get on your lifeboat? In a real emergency, will they really tell you no, this is not your lifeboat? I'm thinking of the Costa Concordia where one side of the ship was not useable. I am not the worry wart type of all and don't usually think of things like this in advance...I save all the worrying for my DH, seriously. But that thread got me to thinking about it all. On our upcoming cruise our dd will be 12, turning 13, probably the first time in 3 Disney cruises that we will allow her to "run" the ship, so to speak. Now it's got me thinking about what happens in kids' clubs etc if something were to happen. Not freaking out here, just wondering what really happens?