Wilba - Answered a Question by Buttons (26 Jan 09 18:10)

American Ship, American 2 pin sockets.

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Griffiths - replied to Wilba (27 Jan 09 22:16)

Not quite true - we went on this ship in 2007 and tey cater for both 110 and 230 volts. Can't remember whether or not the sockets were UK or continental but my wife certainly used her hair dryer without a problem.

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Wilba - replied to Griffiths (28 Jan 09 00:02)

According to RCI website 'All our ships are 2 pin 110 volts' ......I have been on Navigator 4 times, twice last year, & no 3 pin UK sockets were visible in our 2 cabins. Most modern electrical appliances are dual voltage by default & work happily on both without any human intervention....I never ask this question as my adapter remains in my suitcase for whichever ship I go on.....Wilba.

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Glaude - replied to Wilba (30 Mar 12 17:24)

Wilba, Thanks for the information, I see you have been on this ship four times! We are sailing on April 14th for a repositioning trip to Rome from Ft. Lauderdale. Any suggestions on cabin upgrades, dining rooms, ship activities not to miss, whether I should bring my tux, etc.?

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Rowan - Answered a Question by Buttons (27 Jan 09 21:03)

I was on this ship in May 2008 and I just used the adaptor that I would use when I went to Spain.

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