My DFIL has cancer and cancelled out of our cruise this past summer b/c he was scheduled to have a round of chemo during the cruise and thought he would not be up to it. Well, now they have cancelled his chemo and he would like to go. We are going on the January 30th Magic. We have 5 SPH rooms, 4 paid with cash and 1 with DVC points. His original room has my DMIL, a family friend and my niece in it now. Obviously, the family friend won't want to stay in the room with a couple. My DH and I have the room next to them. We are the only people in that room. However, we ideally wouldn't want him in our room either, he would prefer to be with his wife. We have room on our (DH and I) cabin to add a 3rd adult and DCL said the manifest could handle it. So, that is fine, we got him on the boat. However, once on board, can we get guest services to do a few switches? We would want to move my youngest daughter out of the DVC room and move the family friend (an adult swapping for a child) into the DVC room and put my DFIL from our room into the room with his wife. (This is so key cards will work). Do they ever do this? DCL reservations was not sure if they would. Another less ideal option that does not involve moving if DCL says no is my youngest daughter is 6. We could let the family friend use her key card as a key (does a 6 year old carry a key card around with her or does an adult keep it-she can't charge, so when would she actually use it-other than getting off the boat?) and our room is "plugged in" as my kids say to my DMIL's room, so we could always keep the door open and DFIL could go in our door and through to the room he would be using. This however, seems like it would be a pain. But, if we can get him on the boat, we can deal with it because I doubt he will ever be healthy enough to go on another family cruise again. I would like to try to make this work and as smoothly as possible. Any ideas or suggestions I didn't think about? THANKS!!!