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Ive done island cruises every year since 2003 i put my iron in my case wrap it in beach towel put it in middle of case touch wood never been stopped yet then hide it under my bed we allways take beach towel each for our heads as apillow you dot have to take any towels as you get pool towels and your towels get change twice a day or when you need them change the cabin staff will do any thing for you hope ive been of some help if you need any more info just put on site when we went with island star we flew out with thomas cook at 6.50 in the morning sat and on ship bye lunch time we went in to palma for the afternoon you dont have to if you have never been on ship you will want to find your way about we allways do 2weeks we were still getting lost second week she is bigger ship than escape you will enjoy your cruise we allways have its great you dont have to have set times to eat do as you please and meet a lot of nice people you must try steak house 3 course meal with bottle of wine 25 .00 per couple but if you do it book right away for a tabl.
Hi McGuire - Are you saying that Island cruises employ people who don't clean under beds?? On RCCI suitcases are scanned on their ships, one couple told me that their suitcase was consficated by security. It wasn't returned until 2am (14 hours later) The couple had to track it down and got their wrists slapped for bringing an iron on board.
I've been on OV1 so can only speak for that one. Don't waste space taking an iron - there is a huge laudry with about 6 ironing boards and iron - very well organised and all the washer/dryers/irons work.
Hi matt as i say its luck if you get it through they do get scanned at port of palma as well when they come off coaches and they do clean under beds its like drink you are not suppose to take drink onboard which ican say i have not take juice on also they do have laundry on ship at a price also they iron as well for you .
Sorry mcguire, but you & people of the same mind,put all our lives at risk by disregarding rules that are in force for our protection. (bringing irons on board.)
DONT DO IT.