Neil & Ida Down - Answered a Question by ROSCOE (07 Feb 09 15:47)

All of the modern ships, I believe, have a refrigerator in every grade of cabin, just check when you book and you can make the booking conditional on that fact. I would not trust anyone else to keep them totally and permanently at the required temperature. There should not be a problem though and if you need it just ask the cabin steward for a sharps box and he will provide that too. ..... Neil.

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Alderman - Answered a Question by ROSCOE (07 Feb 09 16:57)

We cruised on Arcadia to the Baltic capitals one of her maiden cruises in 2005 and had refridgerators in the cabin , I beleive all there cabins have them.

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perkins - Answered a Question by ROSCOE (07 Feb 09 17:23)

Ocean Village 1 and 2 have fridges in all cabin, but take a fridge thermometor with you ( you can buy them cheaply ) to be ensure that the fridge is running at your required themperature. As Neil says ask for a sharps box.

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Oliver - Answered a Question by ROSCOE (07 Feb 09 20:26)

Not all ships have fridges in the cabins. However most (all?) have medical centres and a Doc and Nurse. They will be able to store any medicine for you, if required.

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