Thanks for your answers to my question irons on cruises ,much appreciate.
Not suppose to but i take my travel iron all the time on island cruise.
As the previous comment said, most cruise lines discourage it. They don't like to think of all those travel irons glowing away in cabins posing a possible fire hazard! The only alternative on many cruise lines is to use the expensive laundry service. If however, you cruise with P&O, they usually provide Irons, Washing machines and Driers in the on board laundries for passenger use. Happy cruising.
You can if you want. There is a socket point at the tv.
Absolutely forbidden by cruise lines. The smaller Princess ships, i.e. Dawn have washing & ironing rooms on most floors that contain cabins.
They are not allowed on p/o but you have several laundrys that have ironing boards irons ec.
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