Wrinked clothes are sexy!!!! It is the cruise look!
Seriously, there is a self-service laundromat on most of the cabin decks. In these laundromats is an iron and ironing board. On formal night if you wait too late there will be a few people waiting to use it.
You can, if you want, send your clothes out to have the ship's staff press them but there is a cost to that unless you are a platinum member or are in a suite. (I believe??)
(cruzin' solo by design)
Freedom ('09), Imagination ('08), Victory ('08), Destiny ('08), RCCL Navigator ('08), RCCL Majesty ('08), Glory ('07), Liberty ('07), Fantasy ('07), Destiny ('06), NCL PofAm ('05), Fascination ('04), Victory ('04), Fascination ('04), RCCL Voyager ('03), Fantasy ('99)
Seriously, there is a self-service laundromat on most of the cabin decks.
Laundry rooms [each with irons] are opposite:
[No "travel irons" alllowed. Along with the Wrinkle Releaser, you can bring a steamer/turn on the shower's hot water on full blast/let the steam build. That will take about 30 seconds. Hang washable clothes in there that have wrinkles]
I got my little steamer for less than $10 at WalMart. Works fine, especially if you let things hang in the steamy bath first. The wrinkle spray is good too but I prefer not to pack any more liquids than necessary these days.
We take a small squirt bottle. Fill it with water, mist your clothes, then shake a few times to get the wrinkles out. Works best if you can plan ahead on what to wear (so you can let the clothes dry before wearing). Works like a charm and is a cheap alternative that doesn't take up much space in your luggage.
Carnival Liberty - 2/2007
Carnival Destiny - 4/2004
RCCL Monarch of the Seas - 7/2001
NCL Sunward II - 1982