Lucas - Answered a Question by Sood (06 Feb 19 10:10)

According to the web address, this question probably relates to Cunard. I wish cruise dot would include this vital information, when a question relates to a specific ship or cruise line. However, according to another website, there are self service launderettes on all Cunard ships, which are complimentary with washing machines, washing powder, tumble dryers and ironing facilities. You may bring your own personal washing powder if you wish.

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- Answered a Question by Sood (04 Feb 19 08:56)

As if that's so important to know either way.

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Sood - Answered a Question by Sood (13 Mar 19 14:39)

Well thanks for your thoughtful response. Perhaps the reason you withheld your name was because your answer was not helpful at all. My question was the short version but given you were interested enough to take the trouble to comment I will treat you to the Deluxe edition with edible glitter on top. With a young child having self service washing facilities is very handy in case of the unexpected. Having traveled with different companies I know there is no standard availability of detergents,coins, tokens, cabin laundry service etc. One of the many small but unexpected joys of cruising on the Queen Elizabeth was that the laundry was open for over 12 hours everyday and detergent was freely available. I was wondering if this is standard practice across Cunard liners? Kids come with enough stuff, whilst I appreciate this isn't a consideration for every passenger knowing what is required to wash and go means I can pack accordingly.

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- Answered a Question by Sood (05 Feb 19 22:16)

Only some cruise lines have self service laundries and you have you pay for the detergent and pay for the machines.

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Clark - Answered a Question by Sood (06 Feb 19 08:33)

Not on P and O. I take a small plastic box of washing pods and some colour catcher sheets. They weigh nothing and I can do a wash load of mixed colours without worrying! Helps with weight in cases too, as you can wash while away and not have to take too many t-shirts.....leaving room for duty free shopping on return journey!

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