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It usually signifies that the cabin has the facility for additional occupancy, usually with one or two fold down beds that are permanently attached to the walls. If there is only 2 of you in the cabin then it/they can be a bit of a nuisance. If you are looking at a brochure then a full explanation of * or ** will be somewhere on the deck plan page. Other symbols may indicate a door connected to the adjoining cabin. If looking online you may have to scroll down the page to find this info.
I am not going to give a comic answer here because I believe that you are a wonderful person and undeserving any mickey-taking. I take it that you are referring to the deck plan in which case if you study the notes on the side it should tell you what * indicates. If this is not the case then I take back all I've said. ... Neil.
Depends which brochure Neil, some of them are showing at the bottom of the page LOL .
Being fairly new to this site and I'm sure its obvious to most people, but what does LOL stand for.
Laughs Out Loud!
Oh! and here's me thinking it meant lots of love, I'm devastated, Barbara.
So did I Barbara, that could have been embarrasing!!