Bradley - Answered a Question by Bolland (21 Jan 08 23:50)

The standard inside cabin layout is 2 x 3ft beds side by side (to form a king size) or if you prefer, they can be separated with bedside drawers between them. On some cabins (usually marked with an * or similar on the deck plan) there are also fold down bunk beds for when there are 3 or 4 persons occupying the cabin. In this instance the lower beds are positioned directly below the upper ones. If there are only 2 of you, try and get a cabin without the additional fold down bunk beds because they stick out a bit and can get in the way. The brochure shows which these are.

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