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Cabin for three

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I have taken more than 20 cruises with my son. We had inside cabins, outside view and some with balcony, even had bunk beds once. My problem is that now he has a girlfriend. I still want to cruise with him but would like them to also have some privacy.

Any suggestions as far as ships that would have cabins with curtain separating the bed and the couch, or communicating cabins, but I don't want to have to pay double the price if I'm alone in one cabin.

We never been any bigger than a cabin with balcony. Would any junior suite, etc. solve my problem?

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