Contributor Level: Cruise Director

NEW FEATURE: Search reviews by cabin number

Check out our latest search function that lets you search through reviews based on cabin number or category: http://bit.ly/1gnUdji


We want to make picking the perfect cabin as easy as possible. Bon Voyage published this guide to answer all your cabin-related questions: http://bit.ly/1nOyy3A


Let us know what you think of the new feature!

Tags: cabin

5 Answers

Contributor Level: Captain

Very cool!

Contributor Level: Cruise Director

Buggy and unorganized. Clicking to the next page by number brings up a blank page. Clicking to the last page brings up a blank page. Should allow a search (Filter) by vessel. Vessel listings should be alphabetized not just defaulted by rating. People may be looking for a specific vessel, not just by ratings to help decide on a cruise. Just IMHO. :)

Contributor Level: Cruise Director

@CruisinTim, what page are you on? We're not seeing any of the issues you mentioned. 

Let me explain how this should work. Lets say you are interested in a cruise on Norwegian Jewel and you are considering cabin 10561. You go to that ship's page: http://cruiseline.com/ship/norwegian-jewel

Then, scroll down to the filters and enter (or select) cabin 10561. The page will refresh with any reviews from users who stayed in that cabin. Here is how it will look:

Make sense?

Contributor Level: Admiral

I love this idea.  I'll try it on my next cruise where I have not booked a cabin yet. 


Contributor Level: Captain

Love this!!  I can't stand the canned pictures and descriptions offered by the lines.


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