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Bradbury - Answered a Question by Senior (01 Dec 08 12:32)

An outside cabin usually consists of two lower and two upper berths. If you look at the symbols on the deck plan it will indicate in each statetroom by a cross that it has upper pullmans (bunks) or a filled in diamond indicates a sofa bed. It is usual for a balcony to have the sofa bed rather that the upper pullmans. I believe there are age restrictions on the upper berth for the one year old. I believe you can request a cot. Personally I would go for the outside with upper bunks plus cot ( or you may be able to get a bed guard for the lower bunk. I wouldnt go for the balcony with sofa bed as then the children would either have to share the sofa bed or you would be saddled with a cot as well as the sofa bed. Bear in mind that when the sofa bed is folded out it takes up valueable floor space. Hope this helps.

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Bradbury - replied to Bradbury (01 Dec 08 12:40)

Just to correct myself : the filled in diamond symbol indicates as sofa bed plus 3rd pullman. An open triangle indicates a sofa bed.

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Senior - replied to Bradbury (02 Dec 08 11:11)

Thanks for that advice. I hadn't thought about the fact that a sofa bed would take up even more floor space although I guess that's obvious! Looks like we'll go for the cabin with an upper berth for my 9 year old and request a cot for the one year old.

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devonish - Answered a Question by Senior (08 Jan 09 09:52)

We are cruising with royal caribbean from cape liberty port bayonne and returning to the same port in march, then staying in new york for a few days after cruise has anybody done this, and what is the cheapest way of transport to the city. Many thanks. submitted by senior united kingdom 8th Janauary 2009.

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Rowan - Answered a Question by Senior (27 Jan 09 22:12)

We were on the Voyager in July 2008, my husband and I, my 12 year old son and my 2 year old daughter. Two single beds pull down from the ceiling. My son had one and my daughter was in a travel cot provided by the ship. It was a really good mamas and papas one. We got the room attendant to take a glass table out of the room to give us more space and also as I was worried that my daughter might fall and bang her head on it. You are hardly in the room so I certainly wouldn't pay for a bigger room. You will be fine.

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Senior - replied to Rowan (28 Jan 09 13:16)

Thanks for your advice. I booked a cabin with an upper berth a while ago but it's good to know that the travel cots are good quality. Hopefully that means there's a better chance of the little one sleeping (and us all sleeping!) if she's comfortable.

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Rowan - replied to Senior (28 Jan 09 22:52)

The room attendant will remove the cot during the day and when you return from dinner all of the beds are made up and the cot is back in place.

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