Situations that should be understood by both persons sharing a cabin: 1st & foremost, it is understood that a cabin share is not a hook up & No expectations of any kind are to be perceived by either cruiser.
How would you handle doing solo on a cabin share?
What do you consider respectful vs sarcastic?
Do you know when you are talking to a person or at a person? What is your idea of Easy Going?
Do you often raise your voice in a conversation to be heard? Have you ever been told you use inappropriate language when you converse, without realizing it?
Do you maintain a high level of oral hygiene?
How would you handle an aggressive person to allow a situation from becoming confrontational?
Has anybody ever told you, you snore?
Do you take med's because of depression or bi-polar disorders? When was the last time you smoked cigarette, stoggies or bud? How often do you get buzzzz-ed on wine, beer or cocktails?
When was the last time you slurrrred your words or stumbled when having a good time?
What do you consider reasonable time & length on bathroom usage, if your cabin mate is waiting to use the bathroom?
If plans are made concerning dining or touring, how are you on scheduling & being punctuational?
Do you have any mobility issues?
Do you have any medical requirements or limitations?
Remember, Communication and being honest is the 1st part of a friend ship and necessary for everybody to enjoy there cruise.