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    joined Mar 2012
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    cruiser #8492
    is there any way to tell..

    how full a boat or section/level is?

    thanks

    joined May 2010
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    cruiser #1482
    Re: is there any way to tell..

    If your alerts are working? I entered a new alert on Princess- When I entered the pricing I could already see that the pricing was higher than what is the going rate now. Decided to see if the system would alert me . It did not

    relaxing with Ernie
    Quebec, QC, Canada
    joined Apr 2010
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    cruiser #3
    Re: is there any way to tell..

    On April 24, 2012 at 09:28 PM, vanthaume wrote: If your alerts are working? I entered a new alert on Princess- When I entered the pricing I could already see that the pricing was higher than what is the going rate now. Decided to see if the system would alert me . It did not

    Could you give link to the cruise?

    What cabin category are you looking at?

    Our princess prices are not what logged-in users (or travel agents?) can see when browsing the princess site. They are slightly higher but move in the same way.

    Specific info is always helpful when reporting a potential problem.


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    joined May 2010
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    cruiser #1482
    Re: is there any way to tell..

    don't know what you mean by giving you the link to the cruise- tried to attach the alert notice I set up but each time I tried to add image it was say invalid format ( we did have it as a JPEG )

    I will copy it and send to the e mail that was sent to me and hopefully you will get that

    joined Apr 2012
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    cruiser #9108
    Re: is there any way to tell..

    On April 19, 2012 at 11:07 PM, bennyblanco2 wrote: how full a boat or section/level is?

    thanks

    Does anyone know the answer to this question?

    relaxing with Ernie
    Quebec, QC, Canada
    joined Apr 2010
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    cruiser #3
    Re: is there any way to tell..

    On April 30, 2012 at 09:28 PM, valeria1025 wrote:

    On April 19, 2012 at 11:07 PM, bennyblanco2 wrote: how full a boat or section/level is?

    thanks

    Does anyone know the answer to this question?

    I suspect only the cruise line knows that strategic info and won't share it. Can a travel agent confirm whether they have any access to a ship's occupancy level?


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    joined Apr 2012
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    cruiser #9108
    Re: is there any way to tell..

    gotcha. thanks!

    joined Dec 2011
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    cruiser #7357
    Lifetime Member
    Re: is there any way to tell..

    You can't really tell, but i've had decent luck with seascanner.com - you can basically see what cabins are available on each deck - now whether or not any are missing - not sure - but it never looked to me like there were. You go to "availablility" then click on the category you want to see availability for.

    Hope this helps (and hope it doesn't break any rules mentioning another site, i'm new to posting here lol). If so, i'm sorry!

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    joined Jun 2012
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    cruiser #9900
    Re: is there any way to tell..

    I just looked at seascanner.com and I'm so glad you posted that site! I've been scouring the Internet trying to find a site that shows both the start and end ports and it's been impossible without going to to individual ship page. At seascanner, I can search for cruises and it shows a list of cruises with that information in the list. No more spreadsheets... thank you :smile:

    joined Dec 2011
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    cruiser #7357
    Lifetime Member
    Re: is there any way to tell..

    I"m glad I was able to help you! Hope you pick a great vacation!