tightwad - Answered a Question by Coutanche (09 Oct 08 22:14)

Answer to your silly question no laundry rooms most decks .

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Coutanche - replied to tightwad (10 Oct 08 09:54)

Thanks for your answer, I know about the Laundry Rooms as I sailed on Arcadia last year but as we have a MINI-SUITE this year which has a IRONING BOARD in it, I just need to know if it also has an iron!

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Freemantle - replied to Coutanche (10 Oct 08 14:57)

In our minisuite on Oceana and Oriana there was an iron and an ironing board. These are special safety irons which cut out after a certain time as are the ones in the lauderettes. Travel irons are not allowed on the ships because of the danger of accidents. Incidentally I don't know why this was considered a silly question. You asked because you wanted to know. If you want a definite answer either go to the Community section of the P&O site or telephone P&O and ask. However, I would have thought that what is done on one ship will be the same in the others. Hope this helps.

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Coutanche - replied to Freemantle (10 Oct 08 19:04)

Many thanks for your answer, This is just what I needed to know from someone that had been in a P&O mini suite, I thought it was a silly question because if there is an ironing board it seemed obvious that there would be an iron!

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Matt - replied to Coutanche (11 Oct 08 00:52)

Bet you wish you'd never asked.

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John - Answered a Question by Coutanche (10 Oct 08 15:09)

A perfectly sensible question. As stated previously there is an iron and ironing board plus a trouser press. You can see the cabin layout and description of contents on the P and O cruises website and in the brochures. Enjoy yourself on Arcadia.

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