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Old 08-13-2011, 01:56 PM
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Whats the accommodations like for a "few extra pounds" guy nearing retirement age?(COP) I'm from TX and like alot of things from here I AM BIG
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Old 08-13-2011, 02:16 PM
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Welcome to cruise reviews.

Cruise ships have standard sized beds. Depending on the line and category of cabin, the usual method is the two main beds are combined into either a queen or king. Suites typically have beds which make into a king while standard cabins are queen sized, owing to the lesser floor area.

Standard cabins range from a small 119 square feet on older ships to the more usual 160-185 square feet on newer ships. Many categories are in the 200-220 sq ft range on the mainstream lines. You have to go with a suite to get anything larger than that.

Bear in mind that most people do not spend much time in their cabin.
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