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Have just completed a cruise on the QV and the issue about drawer space has been resolved even the Captain made a mention about it at his welcome party. There are bedside cabinets each side of the bed with three drawers and underneath the bed there are two huge drawers, these are at the bottom of the bed, more than enough for anybody. The only thing you might need is a soap dish, try Tesco's approx. £2.00 well worth taking. Enjoy your cruise.
That's me with a big sigh of relief! Am going on the 2009 World Cruise and I NEVER travel light! The drawer space was a worry. Just hope there is room to stow away up to 8 cases (although some will fit inside each other I hope). Thanks for the tip about a soap dish.
Can't find an answer but some cruisers refer to her as the Queen with no drawers, a bad design fault which many are not happy with and this is reflected in their cruise reviews.
I think the answer may be that drawers seem to flyabout a bit if the weather gets rough.