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What do I need to know when booking 3 or 4 berth cabin?

4 berth cabin cunard

This is an upper berth taken from Queen Elizabeth and is typical of upper berths throughout our fleet.

Please note the upper berths fold up in to a recess in the ceiling, when the upper berths are not in use they still extend approximately 9cms from the deck head (ceiling).

 

Cabin shown is a deluxe inside, size approximately 152-243 sq. ft. 

 

Restrictions 

There are no weight restrictions on the upper pullmans, however there is a weight restriction on the bunk ladder of 130 kg which is approximately 20 Stone.

The upper pullmans are "shock tested" to approximately 300 kg.

Any passenger can sleep in a upper pullman, please bear in mind the bed is elevated therefore a lower berth/cot may be suitable for children/babies.

You will be unable to have a King sized bed configuration in the cabin if any of the upper pullmans are in use. 

Additional Information

P&O

Britannia 
H grade 3 berth cabins the upper pullman comes down in front of the balcony door allowing lower berths to have a twin or queen configuration. 

The below photo is an example of the G grade 4 berth balconies on Britannia when both the Upper, and the Sofabed are in use.

Cabin G622

Please see the attached document for pictures and notes about the third and fourth berth cabin set up - please do not share with the customer but use these facts as a way to help them decide which cabin is best for them. 

 

We have created a toolkit to help talk about Upper Berths. The toolkit includes suggested copy, and visual guides that highlight answers to some of the most often asked questions.

All assets can be found here: Z:\P&O Cruises Content\Upper Berths Toolkit.

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