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    #16
    We sleep so soundly on a cruise and agree the mattresses are usually more on the firmer side. I don't think we have ever had a soft mattress on board but then not cruises with P&O for several years.
    BIG SHIPS, little ships, small world

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      #17
      Originally posted by Bigsis, Waterlooville View Post
      We sleep so soundly on a cruise and agree the mattresses are usually more on the firmer side. I don't think we have ever had a soft mattress on board but then not cruises with P&O for several years.
      I agree Sue. I sleep better on a cruise than anywhere, whatever the mattress. On my too many to count cruises, I have never had trouble sleeping.

      The big thing for me though is the pillows. I like lots and they have to be soft.
      Jill

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        #18
        Originally posted by Smith7 View Post

        I agree Sue. I sleep better on a cruise than anywhere, whatever the mattress. On my too many to count cruises, I have never had trouble sleeping.

        The big thing for me though is the pillows. I like lots and they have to be soft.
        For me, it’s a firm Orthopaedic mattress and just one, soft goose down pillow to scrunch up under my neck. Simply perfect and a blissful sleep is guaranteed.

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          #19
          Originally posted by Blondie, Oxford View Post

          For me, it’s a firm Orthopaedic mattress and just one, soft goose down pillow to scrunch up under my neck. Simply perfect and a blissful sleep is guaranteed.
          Pillows are important to me, too. They can make or break a good sleep and I would take one with me on Southampton departures but I can get decent pillows onboard. If I can't teleport our bed onto QV, then the next best thing is a Cunard mattress and two feather pillows.
          Sorted.

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            #20
            Originally posted by Mrs M View Post

            Pillows are important to me, too. They can make or break a good sleep and I would take one with me on Southampton departures but I can get decent pillows onboard. If I can't teleport our bed onto QV, then the next best thing is a Cunard mattress and two feather pillows.
            Sorted.
            We bought a Sealy Cunard bed about 18 months ago. In our forty odd years of marriage, it's the best thing we ever bought ourselves. Every night is a cruise 😉
            BIG SHIPS, little ships, small world

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