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Hearnden - Answered a Question by Gittens (02 Sep 07 17:40)

We took a 2-pin Continental adaptor for our cruise on the Rhapsody, and had no trouble. Hope you enjoy the cruise: we've just come back from the Baltic cruise. We thought the food was very good: lots of choice and the staff were very friendly AND efficient! Cabin was about what we expected: adequate storage space : but take plenty of coat hangers! - especially skirt hangers if you need them. We found there were 3 'gala' nights, when you can dress up, but there was a LARGE variation in people's idea of formal wear. Take what you would wear to a fairly posh restaurant, and you'll be OK. Mavis, Leicestershire.

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Jones - Answered a Question by Gittens (29 Aug 07 11:25)

The wording in the brochure is: 110V/220V 60 cycles AC. Twin flat USA standard pins required. Assume this means US style adapters.

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johnstone - Answered a Question by Gittens (29 Aug 07 20:40)

Not been on the Rhapsody but have been on other MSC ships (albeit newer ones) and they had both european and US plugs in the cabins.

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