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Old July 24th, 2007, 07:10 PM
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I'm booked on SP for its Grand Pacific 75 day cruise next July, in an oceanview cabin, D 304. The Princess website shows a virtual as well as di1grammatic plan of the layout. The virtual view shows the bed underneath the window while the diagram shows the beds against the wall beside the bathroom. Can anyone tell me for a fact which is the actual configuration?
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75 days! Wow! I was on the Sun Princess in June to Alaska. Our room had the bed on the side wall with a chair beside the large picture window. The layout was nice -- tiny of course -- but nice. I was also worried about the bed being underneath the window (what's the point??!!).
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I'm booked on SP for its Grand Pacific 75 day cruise next July, in an oceanview cabin, D 304. The Princess website shows a virtual as well as di1grammatic plan of the layout. The virtual view shows the bed underneath the window while the diagram shows the beds against the wall beside the bathroom. Can anyone tell me for a fact which is the actual configuration?
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The outside cabins that I have seen had the beds along the athwartships bulkhead in the area next to the head, with the desk/vanity and chair beyond, but those cabins had balconies. Some of the standard outside cabins may have the same arrangement as the inside cabins, which would put the beds at the end of the cabin with the window, in which case both the video and the diagram would be correct.

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75 days! Wow! I was on the Sun Princess in June to Alaska. Our room had the bed on the side wall with a chair beside the large picture window. The layout was nice -- tiny of course -- but nice. I was also worried about the bed being underneath the window (what's the point??!!).
Last year on Marco Polo we had an outside cabin, but the bed was under the window and in order to see out, it was necessary to kneel on the bed. My partner has had knee replacements, which makes it impossible to kneel. For 75 days, this isn't on. Have also asked TA but have had no response.
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When the room accommodates the third or fourth person the beds are on the window wall.
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When the room accommodates the third or fourth person the beds are on the window wall.
Thanks, candymaker,
This is from first hand knowledge?
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We sailed on the Sun Princess with three in the room, the upper bunks are against the walls
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We sailed on the Sun Princess with three in the room, the upper bunks are against the walls
Thanks for that. What was your cabin number?
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