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Old October 26th, 2003, 02:21 PM
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Hi first time cruiser going in 6 days.. can anyone tell me, as I am travelling from England, what plug sockets are on board, are they the standard american 2 pin flat plugs, need to know so I can bring the right travel plug. Any other advice welcome, it how much are drinks on board, ie larger and vodka/white rum served with soda.

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Old October 26th, 2003, 03:08 PM
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Hi I am too going on my first cruise in 6 days and these boards are a must we are also going from the uk are you on the galaxy? I am taking the flat two pin adaptor and the drinks prices can be found and printed off the celebrity website under FAQ hope this helps and have a great time
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Old October 26th, 2003, 03:32 PM
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Hi Yvonne,

You don't say what vessel you'll be on. The outlets on all or most of the ships sailing from U.S. ports are Standard U.S.110/120 VAC with the 2-prong flat (Type A) outlet configurations. If you bring 220/240 VAC appliances, you will need a device to convert the voltage. We always bring one with us wherever we go outside the States, just in case. We use a Radio Shack 1600-watt "Multi-nation Voltage Converter" with built-in plug adapters, which we are able to use just about anywhere in the world with our 110/120-volt flat-prong appliances. I hope this helps, and that you enjoy your cruise.

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