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For the novice cruiser, some cruise terminology can be confusing; we've included
a glossary of common terms.
Category - Cabin or Stateroom classification. Some categories are defined by letters, (Category A), some by numbers, (Category 7). What is probably most important to you about a category,
is where it is on the ship and if it is an inside or outside cabin.
Inside - A cabin without a view, meaning no window or porthole.
Outside - A cabin with a view, can be a porthole, window or doors that leads to a balcony.
Cruise Only - The airfare to get from here to there is not included in the price.
Guarantee - You are guaranteed a minimum type of cabin, but may not
know exactly which cabin until you check in. The upside of this type of
pricing is that you may receive a cabin much better than what you paid for, never less.
The downside? You just don't know which one and where is
will be located.
Run of the Ship - Same as Guarantee.
Port Charges - Taxes charged by the Ports of Call.