Hi. It is not only possible, but advertised in the P&O brochure. Cabins that will take an additional passenger, by using a sofa bed, are marked on the Deck Plan with a *. A friend of mine took his 'top end' teenage daughter (very adult)and said it was fine. It will be a little cosy though. As for the Canaries in November, P&O would not be going if the chances wern't good. You will definately see the sun. Go for i.
Hi yes you can have three adults in one cabin the beds would be two lower and one of you would have to sleep on a bunk type bed, the bed pulls out from the wall above one of the lower beds, you can fold this up in the day! the canaries has al year round sun so is an ideal place to visit if you do not want to fly as you can sail from southampton! the bay may be rough but you will be fine as long as you take travel sickness tablets or you could have an injection form the doctor whilst onboard for a charge of around £25.
Should be fine as long as your all good friends, you dont spend much time in the cabin anyway, theres too much to do. we are doing the same cruise later in november with our family. have fun and enjo.
I hope you are very good friends the space is tight enough for two adults.
Re. 'cabins for 3' We have cruised with both P&O (Mediterranean) and Princess (Caribbean)in a balcony stateroom for 3 - P&O won with the sofabed separated by a curtain across for privacy, it was wonderful to sail into Venice at 6am standing out on our balcony. Princess used 2 lower beds and an upper bunk on the Sea Princess, which for a 65 yr old took some manouvering. The P&O Aurora was more spacious but we are going again next week on the Arcadia, so hope that is as good.