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Is it to store drinks or medication? They are not true refrigerators, but are "coolers" - the difference being their temperature is about 10 to 15 degrees or so warmer than a than a true refrigerator. If you are planning to store medication that needs to be at a specific temperature, you should contact special needs and they will make arrangements for this. If it is for beverages, it should be sufficient and there is also an ice bucket in the room stocked daily by the steward.
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Thank you so much, all of you, for your quick replies. I'm primarily interested in using it for cheese and beverages, but that's also great information about the specific temperature for people who do need to store medication.
When sailing with our friends we have a tradition of bringing a favorite cheese. And, heaven knows, we want to make sure we won't go hungry on the Paula Deen cruise. I swear my pants feel tighter just typing her name.