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Burrows - Answered a Question by west-green (06 Jul 08 18:11)

This is really strange you know? I sailed on the Sea Princess when she was sailing as the ADONIA under P&O colours. Then she DID have tea and coffee making facilities in all cabins. P&O made a big thing about NOW having these facilities in cabins on all its ships, and I am pretty sure that they had not been fitted long when we sailed on her. I think this work was probably carried out when she was originally converted from the Sea Princess? This means that all this work was undone and these facilities REMOVED when the ship was converted back to the Sea Princess! How stupid can you get? Especially when the ship has been cruising out of Southampton continually since this time! Are Americans allergic to kettles in their cabins or what? Happy cruising.

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BLYTH - Answered a Question by west-green (05 Jul 08 16:29)

No there is no facilities but several reviews suggested that room service were quite prompt in bringing tea/coffees to your cabin.

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bradley - Answered a Question by west-green (15 Jul 08 20:38)

We have just returned from cruising on sea princess,and whilst there are some tea coffee stations dotted around and room service is very good,why not do what we did and take a small kettle and make your own,it was nice to have a cuppa when you wake up,either way enjoy yourselves you'll love it.

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