Neil & Ida Down - Answered a Question by COMBER (16 Oct 08 19:09)

Didn't you ask last time? Maybe the answer is to buy slimmer suitcases or the new fashionable holdall type. Sorry I've never come across this problem before (us stowaways don't have a problem) . ... Neil.

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Walker - Answered a Question by COMBER (16 Oct 08 22:57)

I have a Samsonite .. its a problem also .. answer leave it open and it will go under the bed ok and still have room for another case as well (thats with a queen bed).

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COMBER - replied to Walker (18 Oct 08 17:18)

Thanks that's such a simple solution, don't know why i never thought of it.

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Kennedy - Answered a Question by COMBER (18 Oct 08 21:26)

If your question is not posted in capital letters you might get more of a response. Please remember that posting in capital letters in an internet forum is considered as cyber shouting and not on.

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Percil - replied to Kennedy (23 Oct 08 18:57)

Chill out! Comber is a cruiser, probably not a internet buff who has a problem that others might be able to help with. Maybe you have the solution?

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Beard - Answered a Question by COMBER (26 Oct 08 12:13)

We take large suitcases on the Destany they do fit under the bed if one of you lifts the bed and the other pushes it under.

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COMBER - replied to Beard (26 Oct 08 15:57)

Thanks we will give it a go.

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COMBER - replied to Beard (16 Nov 08 14:06)

Just got back, tried your suggestion and it worked a treat. thanks very much.

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Beard - Answered a Question by COMBER (17 Nov 08 07:24)

Thank you for taking the time to reply. Hope you enjoyed your cruise. We will be on the Destiny on the transatlantic crossing on the 7th looking forward to it . Norma.

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COMBER - replied to Beard (19 Nov 08 19:30)

We had a wonderful time, thank you. Hope you enjoy your cruise. I am hoping to get round to writing a review soon. Let us know how you get on. Caroline.

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