Coleman - Answered a Question by (06 Feb 19 18:46)

Pretty difficult really, all the ones in the sun are taken by 0900 and you have to get up at Silly o clock to secure a good one. aAnd of course they are crammed in like sardines .

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- replied to Coleman (07 Feb 19 13:15)

This is true of most ships on sea days. I am an early riser and have seen people asleep on a sunbed in the dark to ensure they got one in their selected spot. On port days it's usually not so bad if you are not going ashore. Since most people leave the ship there is much better availability.

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Welsh - Answered a Question by (08 Feb 19 21:11)

On P & O ships, sunbeds are a real pain. On Cunard....totally hassle free. Guess who we sail with ?

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Newmalden - Answered a Question by (09 Feb 19 10:19)

Much depends on a cruise liner, It seems Cunard still maintains the formal nights dressing standards.On almost all their cruises that we have travelled on and we have been on 20 over the last 7 years they do get more than 99% compliance and On couple of occasions Australians who shared tables with us actually hired dinner jackets from the cruise shop.

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