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we were in 6066 and had one European and one american socket, know other cabins only had an american flat pin type. What we did was buy a 4 way extension adapter (small lead) from B&M @ £1.49 and left it on-board as we left. That way on the European adapter you can charge 4 items, take care if charging multi items on american adapter as it will take longer.Hope this helps?

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Are the American sockets two or three pins? I have a strip multi adaptor set up with a European pug on it from our last cruise on hyena Celebration but I want to take an American adaptor in case our cabin has only those sockets.

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Are the American sockets two or three pins? I have a strip multi adaptor set up with a European pug on it from our last cruise on hyena Celebration but I want to take an American adaptor in case our cabin has only those sockets.

Blasted predictive text!!! Of course it should be a plug and "the" Celebration. And I've tried to edit several times unsuccessfully.

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