Sailing on the Jan 2007 QEII transatlantic crossing to NYC. Booked a C5 cabin. Does anyone know if the beds can be put together. If not, what is the lowest cabin catagory in Caronia and higher that can be. We'll be celebrating our honeymoon.
I know that a P3 can be one large bed. What a great honeymoon. Are you a young couple? My wife and I were mid 40s and celebrating our 20th on the 2003 Bermuda cruise. We were one of the youngest on the ship and younger by 30+ years than most. We did not mind at all as we met some fascinating people with wonderful stories to tell.
Congratulations! All of the beds in the "Q" and "PG" categories are side by side and can be configured as a queen or king. Also, the C-1 beds can be joined together. Bring along dramamine as the January crossing can be a mighty rough one, but an exhilirating experience.
My partner and I were on QE2 this summer - our C1 cabin had the beds together. Two of our table companions had a C2 cabin, also with the beds together, but on an earlier cruise, our C3 cabin had beds that couldn't be put together.