Welcome to Cruise Critic! If you'd like to participate on our forums by joining in the conversation, please Register Now! Be sure to visit our FAMOUS Roll Call forums, where you can meet other cruisers sailing with you and share a tour or shore excursion and SAVE MONEY!
From reading 'old' posts I gather this ship has UK three pin sockets, has this been changed? I use mainly two pin European round pins, is there another type of socket in cabins where this would work, or do I need an adaptor?Hi,
Hi,Brilliant...thanks a lot.
Just off the SeaP. There is a two pin round socket behind the bed. There is an aussie socket and a 3 pin european socket on the desk. Plus a shaver only socket in the bathroom (not aussie, did not recognise).
Bobhsv,Unless something drastic happened since August, yes, there is also a US plug. Be sure to bring a power strip so you don't have to play plug-unplug. Also, when you use the hair dryer, the power can't be used for the US plug.
There were no US power points? I thought they might have left at least one.
Thanks, PaulaThanks for the info. What are AUS electrical outlets like? 2/3 pin? Round/flat pins? voltage?
We always carry a power strip. I use the in-room hair dryer, and most of our appliances are duel voltage, plus we have purchased an adapter, so we should be OK.
Something somewhat drastic did happen since August. The Sea P officially became Australian based. On board currency is the AUS$, as well as the AUS electrical outlets.
Thanks for the info. What are AUS electrical outlets like? 2/3 pin? Round/flat pins? voltage?They are three flat pins. The two top ones are angled outwards (at the bottom) and the bottom one is straight up and down. (Hope I have explained clearly.) Australian voltage is 240v 50 cycles per second. US voltage is 110, 60 cycles.