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About Corvette_racer

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  • Location
    Vancouver, British Columbia
  • Interests
    Classic cars, cruising - especially to historical sites
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Royal Carribean, Celebrity, Norwegian
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Exotic adventures

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  1. We have simply brought a plain extension cord and distilled water onboard ourselves with no problem. For 2 of our previous cruises, we bought the water at the departure port city, bringing it on-board in the original, unopened plastic bottles, inside checked luggage. We placed the bottles inside big ziplock bags in case of leakage. On the last 9 cruises, we haven’t needed water so skipped this step. However, we have brought the extension cord with us for all of our 11 RCCCL cruises with no problem. The extension cord must not have an on/off switch and no surge suppression or any electronics built-in. We bring the cord in our carry on. We understand that we can ask our cabin steward but prefer to make sure we have no problems using our CPAP machine. Cheers, Jose (from Vancouver)
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