“When you travel in the Caronia you travel with two constant companions -- comfort and pleasure. Nowhere else on earth can you find pure contentment in such rewarding measure as on board ship.”
A two class liner -- only first and cabin classes -- Caronia was fitted with the finest interior fixtures. Interiors on Caronia were in the typical Cunard fashion, wooded veneers and finely upholstered furnishings that closely resembled fittings found aboard the Queens. Establishing herself as a ship for the well-to-do, Caronia eclipsed even her larger fleetmates in the array of amenties offered onboard. All cabins had ship-to-shore radio telephones and private bathroom facilities. Her spacious and well appointed cabins were further refined when air-conditioning was installed throughout the ship in her 1956 refit.
The vast array of modern onboard amenities available ensured Caronia a loyal following of wealthy passengers, earning her the nickname "the millionaires' yacht."

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Main Lounge -- The Lounge aboard Caronia on the Promenade Deck afforded passengers an area for listening to the queit strains of music or enjoying the occasional card game.

Balmoral Restaurant -- From Caronia’s kitchens came the most tempting dishes imaginable -- an epicurean’s dream! The liner had twin restaurants aboard, the Balmoral and the Sandringham, both located on the Restaurant Deck.

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