I recently posted a thread looking for a female cabinmate to share a cabin from Southampton to New York for the July 20th sailing on the QM2. I am a non-smoker, and as I posted in my thread, returning home after a year of teaching abroad. I am more interested in the library than the late-night scene and would be a respectful cabinmate. If anyone on this thread is still looking for a cabinmate, I would be delighted to communicate with you further. Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
hi there, again... I am also interested in the two crossings... both eastbound and west... june 10th... sounds great. just returned from a 15 night on princess from fll to london...very nice... also am interested in wither the qm2 or rotterdam in july....care to discuss. you can email me at email@example.com or call 561-541-3404...thanks again, Slylvia.... I am 51, single, straight, tidy & polite....ciao emily
Hello! My name is Lena, and I am searching for a female cabin mate on the Transatlantic QM2 cruise from New York to Southampton. I live in the U.S. (Pennsylvania) but sometimes travel to visit my relatives in Europe about every 2 years, and I prefer sailing over flying. After arriving at Southampton (or maybe Hamburg), I plan to travel to Germany by Eurostar train. If you are taking the same route, we can travel together on train, too! I'm married, non-smoker, not looking for romance on board, very neat and tidy. I like to exercise on the ship, take walks on board, visit a library or listen to an interesting lecture. I sleep extremely quiet and don't snore, and I would also prefer to share a cabin with someone who doesn't snore. Please let me know if you are interested by sending me a private message here, so we can discuss this further.
P.S. Your age doesn't matter to me, but must be a female.
Hi Lena, Are you still looking for a cabin mate? I am 38, single, straight, female, and kind of a bookworm. I am looking for someone to share a cabin with me for a July crossing; I am travelling to Italy to do some scholarly research.