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Okay, I've used the search feature here, and I've googled with no success. Can anyone help me figure out where the 4th person sleeps in an Oceanview stateroom?
We're cruising the Dawn in March, and it will be our family of 4, kids ages 9 and 12. This is our first cruise, and we just booked this month. I've looked at NCL's website, and it shows that the ocean view rooms have 2 twins that can become a queen, and one pull down bed. I've watched videos on Youtube that show the same arrangement. So where does the other child sleep?
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The previous image represents categories BC or CB on the "Can't GetOutaway Class."
"Bed Cabin" category or "Cabin Bed" category are indicated in the PP photo. These are new categories recently introduced for the discerning traveler. These cabins as shown are similar to the several balcony options available.
BC allows limited access to balcony while secondary trundle withdrawn during limited set hours. None while extended. Hours limited.
CB has no access to balcony regardless of bed configuration, whether the beds are out or retracted, regardless of hours. No access from cabin. Depending on config, you may be able to access your balcony from the adjoining cabin. This is an extended balcony for visual enjoyment only from within cabin. These cabins sell fast so plan accordingly.
Of course wall to wall beds may have been a booking incentive for us 20 years ago. lol.
I am currently weak and insufficient, to book these cabins. We still prefer operable balconies, regardless of the discounts.
I do remember a while back reading that some cabins, beds could be put in a U shape, I don't know if these could or not. But at least it would give the effect of slightly larger. But then everyone would need to be in single beds.
Personally with this design, if I couldn't afford connecting cabins for 4 people, I'd forgo the vacation that year and save another year.
But some people don't mind it and that's great for them.