Just got back from our Baltic/Russia cruise on the JOS and it was $3 for a shirt to be washed and pressed but $1.50 for pressing only. We had DH suit dry cleaned for $9. The next time we do a long cruise, especially Europe, we plan to have all our shirts and tops pressed only on the first day. It will be easier not having to worry about wrinkled clothes after a long flight.
We did have a retractable clothesline in our shower. Our neighbors, a cute English couple celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary, washed their clothes out in the sink/shower and hung them on a make shift clothesline with clothes pins and all on their balcony while in port. We could see all their under garments in the reflection. I wonder what everyone on those harbor cruises thought when they rode by and saw the sights!!
Teresa and Larry
#36-Carnival Splendor 9/16/12
7 night Mexican Riviera
#37-Allure of the Seas 11/11/12
7 night Eastern Caribbean
#38-Celebrity Solstice 4/8/13
17 night Tahiti -- Sydney-Honolulu
40th Anniversary Celebration
270 days at see; soon to be 302