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hi, thinking about sailing on Breakaway (first time on ncl) for jan 4-11 2020.  Would have my wife and I, in one cabin, and 4 adult children (ages 18-24) in another cabin but I need 4 beds.  IS the family balcony the only inside/oceanview/balcony cabin that would allow for this?  I figure the 2 lower beds split apart, the pull down and the sofa bed.  One of them is small for their age, so I don't think the pull down or sofa bed would be an issue.

 

Thanks.

 

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Any balcony or mini-suite that sleeps 4 can have 4 separate beds. This is not the case for suites, however.

 

 

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1 hour ago, kkttc said:

hi, thinking about sailing on Breakaway (first time on ncl) for jan 4-11 2020.  Would have my wife and I, in one cabin, and 4 adult children (ages 18-24) in another cabin but I need 4 beds.  IS the family balcony the only inside/oceanview/balcony cabin that would allow for this?  I figure the 2 lower beds split apart, the pull down and the sofa bed.  One of them is small for their age, so I don't think the pull down or sofa bed would be an issue.

 

Thanks.

 

 

i dont know the difference between a regular balcony and a family version.

for Insides, a family inside just means it's closer to the children clubs.

 

any 4person balcony will have:

1 queen size bed that can be separated into 2 twin beds.

1 sofa couch, and 1 bed from the ceiling.

 

Pic:

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edit:

i think it might be better for your children to be in a mini-suite.

on the breakaway, the only difference is a bigger bathroom and DOUBLE sinks. 

that way 2 of the kids can brush their teeth/wash face at the same time.

 

edit2:

and if you're booking now, pick rooms (your's and your kids) that have angled balconies. (not sure if there's angled mini-suites.)

it's 50% bigger balconies at no extra costs.

 

 

 

Edited by fstuff1

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