roworth - Answered a Question by cox (25 May 08 12:55)

I have found the water fine on both island ships and never felt the need to use bottled water unless we went ashore.

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mcguire - Answered a Question by cox (25 May 08 13:12)

Hi you can drink water on ship its ok you get water in beachcomber in uran .and you get ice water in restaurant.with your meals and bottle water in cabin last year it was 2.00 per bottle we always bought first one then bought water ashore you get ice bucket in cabin as well you will get it filled when you need it cabin attendants will do this for you they are great cant do enough for you or you can just go to beachcomber and drink there water or fill small bottle quite lot of people done this to tell you the truth i would not be botherd with all hazle would just buy ashore.

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Godfrey - Answered a Question by cox (25 May 08 17:12)

I've only said with P&O, water is safe to drink.

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Godfrey - Answered a Question by cox (25 May 08 17:22)

I have only sailed with P&O, yes the water is safe to drink.

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