baldwin - Answered a Question by baldwin (05 May 08 09:06)

Thanks for your answers to my question irons on cruises ,much appreciate.

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mcguire - Answered a Question by baldwin (02 May 08 13:40)

Not suppose to but i take my travel iron all the time on island cruise.

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Burrows - Answered a Question by baldwin (02 May 08 20:59)

As the previous comment said, most cruise lines discourage it. They don't like to think of all those travel irons glowing away in cabins posing a possible fire hazard! The only alternative on many cruise lines is to use the expensive laundry service. If however, you cruise with P&O, they usually provide Irons, Washing machines and Driers in the on board laundries for passenger use. Happy cruising.

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Lamont - Answered a Question by baldwin (03 May 08 00:37)

You can if you want. There is a socket point at the tv.

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scales - Answered a Question by baldwin (03 May 08 14:49)

Absolutely forbidden by cruise lines. The smaller Princess ships, i.e. Dawn have washing & ironing rooms on most floors that contain cabins.

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PAGE - Answered a Question by baldwin (04 May 08 18:14)

They are not allowed on p/o but you have several laundrys that have ironing boards irons ec.

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