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Old November 9th, 2009, 01:56 PM
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Going on the Splendor this month...
Is their a coffee maker in the cabin like the hotels have??_____
Would like to bring my own roasted beans (I roast them myself)...
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No coffee makers in the room and for fire reasons the ships discourage any kind of hot plates in the room.
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Not that I would disagree with Bob Miller. He's right, no coffee maker in the rooms. They do have a coffee bar on the Promenade deck - midship that seemed to be very popular.

I just though we needed another Bob on the thread
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No coffee makers in the room and for fire reasons the ships discourage any kind of hot plates in the room.
Sorry Bob, nope can't be done. HOWEVER all is not lost. Get yourself one of those French press thingamaBOBs (I worked it in) and brew your blend up on the Lido deck where there is plenty of hot water and make your joe...
Big time envy potential I'm thinking...
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Shucks,
If I could find a small 1-cup coffee maker then I would SNEAK it aboard....
BUT would have to hide it when we leave the cabin...
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No coffee pots on Carnival. Norwegian Cruise lines does have coffee pots in the cabins. They also have espresso/coffee machines in their suites.

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Shucks,
If I could find a small 1-cup coffee maker then I would SNEAK it aboard....
BUT would have to hide it when we leave the cabin...
Right, don't worry about fire and the safety of others on the ship.

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Shucks,
If I could find a small 1-cup coffee maker then I would SNEAK it aboard....
BUT would have to hide it when we leave the cabin...
Right, don't worry about fire and the safety of others on the ship.

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This isn't aimed at Bob M but in all honesty if there weren't
rules and restrictions on what could be brought aboard a ship, I would say you'd be shocked to see what some people would show up with;
Over the years I've seen people mention irons, coffee pots, candles to " set the mood " for romance, hibachi grills to use on balconies, electric skillets, electric fans, stereos , strings of electric Christmas lights to decorate their balcony ( those lights aren't made for salt water conditions ) , boom boxes, incense to burn in the room I guess to " enhance the candles " or maybe to try to cover up a particular odor ? and etc. etc.--even pets.
On a ship full of all kinds of people there's enough risk the way it is. I see no need to add to the ample risks that already exist.

I have too seen somewhere a few years ago someone was asking about fishing off the ship--- now I can see some guy with his reel standing on the fantail raring back to make a big cast and snagging some old lady's wig with his large treble hooked plug and sending plug plus wig about a hundred feet out into the foamy sea !!
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I could have sworn on the Gem, we had a coffee pot in our mini suite..and in my pictures in the gallery, I show a cappacino and tea maker in the garden suites...may just depend on the line...
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No coffee makers in the room and for fire reasons the ships discourage any kind of hot plates in the room.
That is why Carnival doesn't allow curling irons either.
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I could have sworn on the Gem, we had a coffee pot in our mini suite..and in my pictures in the gallery, I show a cappuccino and tea maker in the garden suites...may just depend on the line...
Trip:
Yes you did. NCL has coffee pots in their cabins and cappacino and esspresso machines in their suites. People are too worried about burning up the ship up to answer the question.

No: Carnival doesn't have coffee pots but some other cruise lines do.

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Shucks,
If I could find a small 1-cup coffee maker then I would SNEAK it aboard....
BUT would have to hide it when we leave the cabin...
Right, don't worry about fire and the safety of others on the ship.

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Sorry Bob, nope can't be done. HOWEVER all is not lost. Get yourself one of those French press thingamaBOBs (I worked it in) and brew your blend up on the Lido deck where there is plenty of hot water and make your joe...
Big time envy potential I'm thinking...
I take mine camping with me! Sounds like a great plan and I plan on following it!!!
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