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American cruise line, American plug sockets 2 pin.......Wilba.
I should have added 110 & 220 volts & by the look of your needs I would take an extension lead & 2 pin round adapter.
On Indy last year I'm sure there was one British socket in our cabin as well as the American - but the sockets are placed pretty close to the dresser surface and is quite difficult to use for phone chargers, for example.
There is 110v and 220v continental earthed type as used in spain..
No problem with access for chargers as it is 2 pin you can plug it in upside down!!!