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Offline Cunarder Man

Re: Stateroom numbers
« Reply #40 on: Jul 10, 2016, 07:53 AM »
Great idea, I have all my cabin details, problem is going through the 30 large boxes of paperwork to find them. Many cabin numbers do spring to mind. There's a project for all of us here I think. However, all this information (confidential) is held by Cunard. Pity it's not accessible, for some they'll be glad it's not available!

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Re: Stateroom numbers
« Reply #41 on: Jul 10, 2016, 11:29 AM »
Great idea, I have all my cabin details, problem is going through the 30 large boxes of paperwork to find them. Many cabin numbers do spring to mind. There's a project for all of us here I think. However, all this information (confidential) is held by Cunard. Pity it's not accessible, for some they'll be glad it's not available!

A reminder that the full QE2 deck plans with cabin numbers are still available on the Wayback Machine - I posted a link on this forum a few months ago - I'll try to locate the relevant post later today ( unless someone else gets to it first! ).
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Re: Stateroom numbers
« Reply #42 on: Apr 17, 2018, 04:48 AM »
I can add:

Cabin 5054 on me and my parent's first voyage in August 2003.

Cabin 3005 on our sixth and last voyage in July 2008.

Having trouble finding out the cabins on the inbetween voyages but do know we were on Five, Four, and Three Deck over the years - dining in the Mauretania Restaurant (Upper Deck) on our first couple/few voyages, and in the Caronia Restaurant (Quarter Deck) on at least our last voyage but I think our 2007 voyage too.

Thomas
First travelled on QE2 in August 2003 aged 6 years old. Last stepped foot and travelled on QE2 in July 2008. Last saw QE2 in person from the decks of QM2, on QE2's last Transatlantic crossing (Eastbound tandem) in October 2008 - we had the better view!

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Re: QE2 virtual cabin plan (cabins occupied by Forum members)
« Reply #43 on: Jul 30, 2019, 04:21 PM »
When Rob went to Dubai in April 2011, he took with him the following list (with our requests for photographs) :


outside 3065 - the fan room - the underneath of hte midships lobby - photo!!

beardy rich
my last cabin was on the port side (with porthole) aft of the hospital and fwd of the engine room. It was a 'corner' cabin where the crew alleyway went athwartships before turning to the left and heading aft (where there used to be a very small crew shower cubicle) and other crew cabins. Hope this isn't too confusing


Highlander Ken
5140 was our first and it had the interesting areas of very warm carpeting.
3129 was our Caronia transatlantic upgrade fairy cabin.
5075

Janice
3188

Andrew Warrington
4073

Chris Frame
3009 - my first cabin. 1022/1024 the best cabins I stayed in.

Bob C
4010, 4016, 4097, 4098, 4106, 4107, 4144, 4148,

QE2_Matthew
4008 - first cabin.

Matron
2070

skilly
B2 - foremost on boat deck, port side, "9996"

cruisemarsh
1019

Peter mugridge - 2002
5050

Davina - Crew
503,404,406,414,416,419,421,423,425,6001,540,538,435,441,310,338,5246,5240,5007.
 the cabin i lived in for 4 years cabin 404.The cabins 401,403,406,409 ( each cabin is 4 berth ) are night shift cabins.All the way forward of you can see the sinks in the toilets.

The staircase just outside the cabin 404 leads to the back door from the crewbar.

All the other cabins you see are from the barstaff.

Robert - Waverley - 2008
Cabin 2009

Myles
4123 (last) 4028 (first)
entertained in 4003
3006 - loved it
4229 and later upgraded to 4154

matdark
5137 - aug 08

Queensffan (Greg) -
3142, parents in 3140

Kindlychap...
2070, 8081, 8001, 8009, 8018, 1049, 1024, 1033, 1059

Isabelle
2154, 1092, 2040, 1059, 5128, 2044
Above all, cabins 1059 and 1092 which, for some reason, I never photographed at the time and have rather vague memories of now.

Scott Ebersold
8002, 8007, 2069 and 2094

Kathy M
4120


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Public Bathrooms


Two Deck: 5 rooms

opposite 2046; opposite 2047; adjacent to 2143; opposite 2022; opposite 2023

Three Deck: 8 rooms

opposite 3184; opposite 3163; opposite 3123; opposite 3045; opposite 3031; opposite 3034; opposite 3048; opposite 3126

Four Deck: 6 rooms

opposite 4167; opposite 4039; opposite 4001; opposite 4002; opposite 4040; opposite 4164

Five Deck: 6 rooms

opposite 5176; opposite 5123; opposite 5045; opposite 5042; opposite 5168; opposite 5204

In all I located 25 such rooms.

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Re: QE2 virtual cabin plan (cabins occupied by Forum members)
« Reply #44 on: Jul 30, 2019, 04:29 PM »
I wonder would someone like to draw up a list, by deck, of the cabins we have all occupied?

But first of all, there may be many more which our new members can contribute, as it is quite a while ago that we compiled this list.

Maybe we will eventually manage, between us, to (virtually) occupy the whole of QE2  :) !

Offline Barumfox

Re: QE2 virtual cabin plan (cabins occupied by Forum members)
« Reply #45 on: Jul 30, 2019, 06:22 PM »
For the record:

5075  from 19/06 - 01/07/2003 - Transatlantic Return crossings

5016 from 19/04 -25/04/2004 - Southampton to New York

3006 from 27/10 - 12/11/2005 - Mediterranean Cruise

4248 from 02/01 - 22/01/2007 - Southampton to LA World Cruise segment

3007 from 16/10.- 22/20/2008 - final Transatlantic crossing

All enjoyable outside cabins - although 5016 was tiny -  with differing layouts/quirks and location advantages / disadvantages.

Gary


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Re: QE2 virtual cabin plan (cabins occupied by Forum members)
« Reply #46 on: Jul 30, 2019, 10:12 PM »
I wonder would someone like to draw up a list, by deck, of the cabins we have all occupied

But first of all, there may be many more which our new members can contribute, as it is quite a while ago that we compiled this list.

That's the whole point of the thread isn't it? :)

It is a good point raised that we have more members now and they can no doubt fill in a few more cabin numbers for us...
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Re: Stateroom numbers
« Reply #47 on: Aug 02, 2019, 06:02 PM »
I can add:

Cabin 5054 on me and my parent's first voyage in August 2003.

Cabin 3005 on our sixth and last voyage in July 2008.

Having trouble finding out the cabins on the inbetween voyages but do know we were on Five, Four, and Three Deck over the years - dining in the Mauretania Restaurant (Upper Deck) on our first couple/few voyages, and in the Caronia Restaurant (Quarter Deck) on at least our last voyage but I think our 2007 voyage too.

Thomas


Can now add Cabin 3010 for our fifth voyage in August 2007.
First travelled on QE2 in August 2003 aged 6 years old. Last stepped foot and travelled on QE2 in July 2008. Last saw QE2 in person from the decks of QM2, on QE2's last Transatlantic crossing (Eastbound tandem) in October 2008 - we had the better view!

 

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