Shaw - Answered a Question by Clay (06 Jan 08 18:13)

When your reservation was made, a size table would have been selected. The automatic default is a 6 top. Your actual table assignment card will be in your stateroom. The table assignments are done onboard. You can find your table size on the Voyage Personaliser at the U.K. site. You'll need to sign in and then click on the Booking Summary to access this information. Unfortunately, you won't find out your table number until you're on the ship.

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Burfoot - Answered a Question by Clay (06 Mar 08 16:44)

Hi, have travelled on qm2 twice, requested a table for 2 twice and got it twice!

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