How Are Cabins Priced?
DOUBLE OCCUPANCY CABINS
Our group inventory and advertised pricing is for DOUBLE OCCUPANCY CABINS; meaning two people occupy the cabin. The price displayed below shows the PER PERSON rate for each cabin. Example: If the cost of the cabin is $1,000.00, the price displayed below is $500 per person.
You can also occupy this cabin as a solo traveler, however you will pay for the full cost of the cabin. The ONLY discount you will receive as a solo traveler will be the deduction of the taxes and port fees for the second guest which is usually around $200 (less than the advertised price) which will be indicated on your invoice.
Example: ($1,000.00 Cost of Cabin - $200 taxes and port fees = $800)
NEED HELP FINDING A CABIN MATE?
Registered guests have the option to list themselves in the cabin classifieds to pair with another registered guest once they have made settled 50% of their invoice. Girl Let's Go does NOT assist, vet or guarantee a match, but we do make this service available to our guests. You must have a cabin mate by final payment or you will be billed as a solo traveler. No exceptions.
Due to limitations of medical care, both on board and in various ports of call, women who have entered or exceeded their 24th week of pregnancy, at any time during the cruise, will not be allowed to board or sail with the ship.
Your Minor Child
Traveling with Minors
A minor's US Citizenship can be validated with an ORIGINAL Birth Certificate (no copies). A passport is also acceptable.
When traveling with a minor where one parent or both parents or legal guardians are not cruising, we strongly recommend bringing an original signed letter from the absent parent(s) or legal guardians authorizing the minor to travel with you. If there is no second parent with legal claims to the minor (due to sole custody, deceased, etc.) other relevant paperwork, such as a court decision, death certificate, birth certificate naming only one parent, would be useful to bring in place of a signed letter. This will expedite processing by the Department of Homeland Security.
Some Else's Minor Child
From the eyes of Homeland Security, there's no way of knowing if you're kidnapping, trafficking or otherwise taking this child against their will. Arm yourself with an Original Birth Certificate (no copies) and an original signed letter from the absent parent(s) or legal guardians authorizing the minor to travel with you. Be sure the letter includes both your name, the child's name and color identification of the parent(s) authorizing the child to travel with you; the person granting the travel authorization should be named on the child's birth certificate.
Children in Separate Cabins
Guests 12 and younger
If the relative or guardian (25 years of age or older) is in a separate stateroom, the minors must either be directly across the hall or next door.
Guests 13 - 17 years of age
Can be booked up to 3 staterooms away on the same side of deck from a relative or guardian (25 years of age or older).
Guests 18 – 20 years of age
Do not have any restrictions and may book whatever location they prefer. Must travel with a parent/guardian of 25yrs.
There are 2 exceptions to the minor policy,
Legally married couples including same gender couples and military personnel within the US Military or Canadian National Defense and their traveling party. However,
the guest must provide the correct documentation at embarkation to board the ship:
Legally married couples – Provide a copy or the original marriage certificate/license
Military guests – Military ID or DD214 Statement
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