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What power supply is in the cabins please
Submitted by - Betterton, SWINDON - on 25th Jul 2009 / Subject - P&O Cruises Power Sockets
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Answer by Peter Gibson, Accrington (25 Jul 09 13:13) to a QUESTION by Betterton (25 Jul 09 08:09)
Good old fashioned British 3 pin
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Answer by Burrows, Southampton (25 Jul 09 08:48) to a QUESTION by Betterton (25 Jul 09 08:09)
Because the Aurora was built specifically for the British market you will find that it is just like your home, 240 volt three pin sockets. There is usually two sockets located above the dressing table, so it usually pays to take a 1-2 or 1-3 plug adaptor as there is always the mobile phone or camera battery that needs charging just when the misses whats to use her hair tongs! Happy cruising.
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Comment by Spartan, kent (25 Jul 09 14:52) about an ANSWER by Burrows (25 Jul 09 08:48)
Watch out for the hair tongs/straighteners they can set off the smoke alarm try to use them in the bathroom as this is not covered. A lot of people carry a short extension lead
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Comment by Burrows, Southampton (27 Jul 09 15:43) about a COMMENT by Spartan (25 Jul 09 14:52)
You try telling her to use her tongs in the bathroom! It would probably be the first AND LAST thing you ever suggested to her! An extention lead sounds interesting though. Especially one of those with the six sockets at one end? Happy cruising.
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Comment by Spartan, kent (28 Jul 09 06:46) about a COMMENT by Burrows (27 Jul 09 15:43)
Not enough power for what you are thinking of! LOL
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