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Cruising 101: Linking reservations
If you're going on a Royal Caribbean cruise and your group has more than one cabin, more than likely you're going to want to be seated together for dinner in the main dining room. The good news is Royal Caribbean provides a way to link your reservations together so that it's clear all of you are cruising together.
You can link reservations together at any time, either when you book your cruise or at any point up to your embarkation. What you'll need is the reservation numbers of each booking.
You can link reservations together in one of three ways:
- Have your travel agent do it for you
- Call Royal Caribbean and have them do it
- Do it yourself online
To link a reservation yourself, you need to go to your royalcaribbean.com account and complete the form on your reservations page. If you booked with a travel agent, you will need to have your travel agent do it for you.