Mack - Answered a Question by Fraser (15 Jan 09 09:51)

But not our three point plugs though - American and 110v - so a strong hairdryer wont work at nearly the same strength. The ones in the cabins are pretty weak too. A travel hairdryer with dual voltage will be best bet! Toiletries replaced whenever they have been used - it's all my husband uses!!

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smith - Answered a Question by Fraser (15 Jan 09 09:29)

You will get toiletries in your cabin and the plugs on the Sea Princess are 3 point plugs from when you used to be P & O Adonia.

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Fraser - replied to smith (15 Jan 09 09:33)

Thanks for that.

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morris - Answered a Question by Fraser (15 Jan 09 11:08)

Our cabin on Sea Princess had at least one three pin uk type socket . It did use to be a P and O ship so catered for the British market.

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- Answered a Question by Fraser (15 Jan 09 14:19)

I assumed the ship would be the same at Sun Princess which only has US sockets - sorry for wrong info!

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carberry - Answered a Question by Fraser (06 Mar 09 20:54)

British style sockets but only two bring a multi socket adaptor .

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