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What is the minimum age a child can occupy a cabin to themselves?

It is company policy that any passenger under the age of 18 years at the time of sailing must be accompanied by an adult aged 18 years or over.

It is company policy that any passenger aged 12 years and under must be booked into a stateroom with a guest who is 18 years or over. Children who are 13 years and over must be booked in a stateroom with a guest who is 16 years or over.

No children aged 12 and under should be left alone in any stateroom at any time and must be supervised by a Parent / Guardian aged 18 years or over. 

The first two people in each cabin will be charged an adult fare, regardless of their age.

Please also see: What is the minimum age to travel?

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