No. None of the Celebrity ships (true for almost all other lines as well) have washing / ironing facilities available.
> and how do other women manage on longer trips washing intimates.
Not being one, I can only speak for the ones with whom I travel (wife and daughter). The sink works well.
The ship also provides same day and next day laundry service for whatever you've got. Laundry prices aren't cheap -- a bit higher than local shops in the U.S. Note, however, that the dry cleaning prices are outstanding.
For long cruises I bring a small bottle of lingerie detergent and also a wrinkle remover spray that works well in humid climates(I think made by Downey). I believe most Celebrity ships have a clothesline in the shower. Otherwise I send out anything that I might want to wear again. Mainly I just bring lots of undies, and too many clothes!!!
Too many clothes...your absolutely right....one two week cruise we had SIX suitcases....wore bathig suits most of the time..lol. Think I'll run out and buy cheapo underwear and just toss.. I automatically have Woolite and wooden clothes pins...
My husband would not be very happy if I tried to bring six suitcases!! As it is, on our last cruise, we had to pay an extra $25.00 for an overweight suitcase. These newer suitcases hold way, way too much!
This time I am in deep doo doo. We will be gone 2 weeks. Spending three days in Rome pre-cruise and then 10 in the Med. Don't know what to pack. Would like to travel light, ha-ha - how do I do that on a cruise?
Sinks come in handy for washing out delicates. However, they also don't take up too much room. I pack ALL my clothes in very large zip lock bags that I get at BJ's. All the clothes get rolled and you can pack a lot into your luggage, taking up little space. When you unroll them out of the zip lock bag you will be amazed because they won't be wrinkled.
I learned this tip from the boards and thank the poster for their great words of wisdom! However, now I pack even more because I have so much space in the luggage........HELP!