Please see my above post. I was not saying *all* people who "suddenly" need one are not legitimate. The ones I observed had a cruise booked between booking and cruise date that was not HA... and other cruises (plural) after the HA cruise as GTY. But the 14-night cruise they predicted 18 months in advance they needed a HA cabin. Then on that cruise they both seemed to be walking down the hall just fine, no wheelchair, etc - but I do understand there are other ailments people still need HA for without obvious physical needs. Just odd to me to have cruises booked before and after a long 14-night HA cruise that are not HA cabins shared on a list. Or maybe I missed it somewhere - maybe they were temporarily HA that they were able to predict 18 months in advance. Sorry if I came off as a jerk or something. I pray God will give me 18 months notice of a time I will need special assistance and then go back to not needing special assistance afterwards.