Will 4-to-an-Inside Cabin Cruisers Get Room Envy?

May 11, 2012 | By | No Comments

We’re big fans of group cruising. Pick the right ship and you can easily accommodate wildly disparate tastes for seven nights. But some of reviewer of the week live2vayk ‘s choices had us a little worried. She was sailing on Royal Caribbean’s Freedom of the Seas as part of a four-family, 16-passenger crew — only her quartet was sardined in an inside cabin, while the other units enjoyed balcony digs. Was she setting her family up for a case of cabin envy? The self-described cheapskate wasn’t worried. Check out her insightful review on group cruising. For her efforts, live2vayk — along with the four other R.O.W., LOP, billandjean, betsy23 and shortiboop20
— receives a Cruise Critic over-the-shoulder bag.
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