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Old August 29th, 2005, 01:05 PM
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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.
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Old August 29th, 2005, 08:40 PM
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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.
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Old September 2nd, 2005, 03:21 PM
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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.
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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.

Enjoy your honeymoon.
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as you may know by now, most of the beds in the lower levels can not be pushed together. my wife and i joked about the need for a 'whoopie board' to fit between them.
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