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Neil and Ida Down - Answered a Question by clark (12 Dec 07 11:27)

I'd love to write something witty in reply but my mind just cannot cope with the enormity of the question....Id.

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Williams - Answered a Question by clark (12 Dec 07 12:25)

Deck one is always at the bottom of the ship and thus ....

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andy - Answered a Question by clark (14 Dec 07 13:19)

I'll have a go at answering...... the 4th deck is the..... 4th leve.

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John - Answered a Question by clark (16 Dec 07 11:54)

You can get a copy of the Cunard brochure which should have a plan of all the decks in the details of the Queen Victoria. Cunard also have an interactive guide to the decks of the Queen Victoria. You can see this at http://queenvictoria.cunard.co.uk/the-ship/interactive-deck-plan-2.htm.

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