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Dolan - Answered a Question by molloy (30 May 08 18:41)

I know that a lot of Cruise lines do not allow you to use any electrical equipment in cabins due to fire hazard. Room service is available 24 hours so you can ask for what you want. Milk issue I always have breakfast in my room and I order milk which I use to take several different medication with. You could just order milk or go to the self service restaurant on board and collect a small carton to take to your room. No need to buy milk ashore.

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flossy - Answered a Question by molloy (29 May 08 18:24)

I don't know about the kettle can't really say i see a problem but there are fridges in the cabins so buy milk during a stop of in port or get a glass of milk each evening onboar.

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Neil and Ida Down - Answered a Question by molloy (29 May 08 19:59)

It's the other Cornishman back.... People do take travelling kettles on ships but I find that room service provides a good cuppa. I know that if you are particularly fond of a strongish tea it's wise to take your own favourite brand of teabags because US teabags are not the best. And yes you can get milk aplenty onboard. If you want to have some in your room bring a small carton or two down to your cabin from the Cafeteria section and put it in the fridge. It is long life milk though. Don't be afraid to use room service though it sometimes takes a little while but it's part of the service provided. You'll love it, ... Nei.

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Mcauley - Answered a Question by molloy (30 May 08 18:47)

Hello yes i advise you to take a travel kettle however it is best to keep it out of sight, you can get cartons of milk from the breakfast buffet, check the voltage on your kettle as they can take a long time to boil but it is still quicker than ordering room service. The only other way is to order room service the night before.

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macro - Answered a Question by molloy (31 May 08 05:23)

I have been on sea princess 4 times. I love it. BUT i take my kettle with me(ther is 3 pin socket above dressing table) AND i get fresh cowes milk and keep it in the fridge.Going to a local supermarket is one of the most interesting holiday experiences !! You are right, nowhere (including the room service thermos jugs)provides boiling water. However contrary to neil and Ida - sea princess and other princess ships (I have been on Grand and Star as well) do a range of Twining teas (breakfast, earl grey, green tea, china etc.) for the Brits and Liptons for the US passengers. Sea Princess is mainly Brits. Room service on Sea Princess is fast and efficient and the food is freshly cooked. We ordered room service tea in the Morning and afternoon, dispenced the contents of the thermos into the kettle and brewed up! Much quicker. We also brought down the larker mugs from the buffet for when we needed a cuppa at other times. Wish I was going !

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chorlton - Answered a Question by molloy (31 May 08 15:56)

Taking your own kettle is not allowed on cruise ships nor is taking irons due to saftey risks, these can be confiscated. Room service is available 24 hrs a day.

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Elliott - Answered a Question by molloy (01 Jun 08 14:11)

We always order early morning tea to be brought to the cabin even though tea making facilities are in the cabin. You can ask for cabin service at any time, this includes a glass or jug of milk if required.

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