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Old August 7th, 2007, 06:17 PM
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Good point, but will note many of the new ships on various lines no longer have the self-service laundermats you can use to reduce your total clothes packing load. For some folks it will be pack-all-you-need or buy a weekly laundry service which is not as good an option (think the advantage of self-serve for dealing with wet swim gear or towels). Best check what laundry service your ship has and adjust your packing list. 8)

Originally Posted by Angelgal
Carnival has a laundermat where you can go wash your clothes so it was easy for the guys to wash their clothes on the ship. All they had to do is buy some clothes on the cruiseship or ask some of the other guy crusiers if they had any clothes they could share with them. I would be willing to help out a gal who needed some clothes since I over pack lots of clothes in one luggage when I fly and I pack two luggages when I don't fly.

Moral of this story is..... be careful how you plan your flights. Luci
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