Bed Configurations

All double occupancy staterooms are equipped with two twin beds, that can be converted to one Royal King (measuring 72.5 inches wide by 82 inches long). If you get to your cabin and find you have a King bed, but want two twin beds (or vice versa), simply ask your cabin steward to change it for you. Easy peasy!

Triple occupancy rooms are equipped with two twin beds (that can be converted to a Royal King) and a Pullman bed.*

Quad occupancy staterooms are equipped with two twin beds (that can be converted to a Royal King) and either two Pullman beds* or a sofa bed**. If you prefer one bed type over the other (Pullman or sofa bed), contact NAHA at 1-888-666-1499 to help you select your stateroom.

* A Pullman is a bed that comes down from the ceiling and is the equivalent of a twin sized bed. It’s length is 76 inches and has a maximum weight capacity of 300 lbs. A Pullman also has a slender ladder for access (like a bunk bed) and a bed rail.

** Sofa beds are typically double sized beds, although the Grand Suites normally have queen sized sofa beds.

What Passengers Think

The Music, The Ship, The People are ALL Great! What an amazing experience. My wife and I had a GREAT time!

Rick Booth, Awesome! Rick Booth, Awesome!

I made 33 concerts this trip, and my wife had to miss a few. We had to miss quite a few meals to make all the concerts, but it was worth it. Also made 3 photo ops. Coming from Alaska we seldom get the chance to see a concert much less 33 in 3-1/2 days. My rating is still the same, on a scale of 1 to 10, RLC is a 100 (yes, one hundred). Thank you Pam, may you rock on for many more cruises.

Will & Cindy Godbey, NON STOP ROCK Will & Cindy Godbey, NON STOP ROCK