Power outlets in Royal Clipper Cat 4 cabins?

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#1
Lincolnshire, UK
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Can anyone tell me where the power outlets (not USB) are in relation to the beds in a Cat 4 cabin on Royal Clipper? I ask because my partner needs to use a CPAP machine every night, and we wonder whether we will need to take a long extension lead. Thanks.
#4
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Originally posted by Wacktle
Can anyone tell me where the power outlets (not USB) are in relation to the beds in a Cat 4 cabin on Royal Clipper? I ask because my partner needs to use a CPAP machine every night, and we wonder whether we will need to take a long extension lead. Thanks.
We sailed her two years ago in the Caribbean - first off, they use European 220v plugs and there were a couple near one side of the bed - the other side is flush against the wall. You can borrow an adaptor from the sloop shop/guest services. I don't remember if there are any other ones, but there is a lamp on the desk, so there may be one there. Enjoy an authentic sailing clipper - she is a beauty and we are sailing the Star Flyer in less than 3 weeks in the Adriatic/Med, but her outlets are American 110v. Don't understand why, but not complaining. My husband has CPAP also. You could take a power strip, but will still need an adaptor.
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#5
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Originally posted by Mimi A
We sailed her two years ago in the Caribbean - first off, they use European 220v plugs and there were a couple near one side of the bed - the other side is flush against the wall. You can borrow an adaptor from the sloop shop/guest services. I don't remember if there are any other ones, but there is a lamp on the desk, so there may be one there. Enjoy an authentic sailing clipper - she is a beauty and we are sailing the Star Flyer in less than 3 weeks in the Adriatic/Med, but her outlets are American 110v. Don't understand why, but not complaining. My husband has CPAP also. You could take a power strip, but will still need an adaptor.
Thank you Mimi A. We sailed on her from Venice in 2014, but didn't take much notice of where the power outlets were then because my partner didn't have the CPAP. I just knew there must have been one somewhere, because I charged up my camera. Being from the UK, we always travel with adapters for all sorts of plugs, and will also take a power strip on an extension cord, just to be on the safe side. I hope you enjoy your voyage on Star Flyer.