Firstly, if someone already has one organized - please comment and link me so I can join.
If not, a cabin crawl is where we try to get volunteers from as many cabin categories as possible to do a fun, informal group tour. There is a schedule and those who want to participate get to see other cabins. We visit each cabin and get to see all the similarities and differences ( most of them are in the huge array of different bathroom options) in each cabin. It usually happens on a sea day afternoon, with a little drinking.
Often there is a game played while visiting the cabins. It can have a cash prize (everyone puts in $10 to participate in the crawl - if you want the prize version. I have been on cabin crawls that played a game, and ones that were just a fun tour, no money, no game) In each cabin a deck of cards is laid out, you take a single card from the deck, and at the end of the cabin crawl, the person with the highest poker hand wins a cash prize - all of the $10.
I have played with and without the prize on various other ships, and have been fortunate enough to see all KINDS of cabins, from single traveler studio cabins (on Norwegian Breakaway) to Presidential Suites...and everything in between. Depending on how many people want to play, it takes about 3 hours and is a fun way to pass time on a sea day.
If you are interested, comment below and I will organize a crawl. To make it worth while we need at least 10 different category cabins to visit. So please indicate if you dont mind being on the crawl, and the category cabin you are in.
Debi - category B2 cabin and I will put it on the cabin crawl rosta :)