mcguire - Answered a Question by davis (19 Sep 08 11:28)

Hiya yes you can but not great output .there is dryer in toilet not that great but would do job if you dont want to take your hairdryer and its american style you need i took my own one but did not fit in socket had to buy one out shop it cost about 2 pounds.enjoy your cruise we allways do with island .

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Bradley - Answered a Question by davis (19 Sep 08 12:46)

Apart from being a US type socket the power on the ship is also 115 volts so your dryer needs to be suitable for the lower voltage. My partner has quite long and thick hair and she found the dryer in the bathroom was nothing special (fairly basic hang off the wall type with a flexible hose) but did the job.

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