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When new ship Britannia has been completed

 

Washing & drying Machines

 

Are they Free to use or do they have pre paid coin slots if so will it be £1 coins

 

Thank you :confused:

 

You will get the best up to date information about Britannia at the P&O Boards here:

 

http://boards.cruisecritic.com/forumdisplay.php?f=38

 

Jonathan

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Either way is good value though

Would expect coins as then reduces quantity of people going to use them

 

 

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Thank you for quick Responses

 

good to be prepared have coins for ready lol:)

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So far, P&O hasn't charged for the launderette on any ship. I think if they tried to do that on Britannia, there would be an outcry! :rolleyes:

Either bring your own washing powder/ tablets, though or buy from the shop.

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So far, P&O hasn't charged for the launderette on any ship. I think if they tried to do that on Britannia, there would be an outcry! :rolleyes:

Either bring your own washing powder/ tablets, though or buy from the shop.

 

My dearest wife has asked has anyone tried these before

Fabrite Washing Powder In A Sheet - Non Bio Fresh Linen - 24 Sheets

she is looking at

found them on Amazon

dont want to carry boxes of soap powder etc in my suitcase lol:D

but if these are pre packed individually would be fine :)

share them between us keep weight down in case :eek:

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I took some 2 in 1 washing tablets, the water on the ship is so soft that I only needed one per wash. Depending on how long you are cruising/how many washes you anticipate a couple of packs of 2 don't take up much space.

 

Thank you everyone for there input ;)

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I take a washing ball (from Lakeland) on cruises. It's light and compact and is still going strong after several trips. I have to be somewhat careful about 'unknown' detergents or risk DH's eczema flaring up, so I'm always happier to carry my own, but I don't want to take powders or liquids. Modern 'tablet' detergents would work well too.

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When we sailed on Sea Princess in 2006, the launderettes were free, but I read on here not long after that Princess had started charging, so I'm slightly surprised that their sister line P&O still doesn't charge.....Ssshhh....;)

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