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We are thinking of booking an around South America cruise on Aurora, but will only be able to afford an inside or outside cabin.  I have had problems a number years ago on Ventura because of a very dry atmosphere in our cabin.  I am asthmatic and found it quite difficult to breathe at times, but we have been on Oceana a few times and not had that problem.


Can I ask if P&O tend to keep their cabins very dry or if my experience on Ventura was a one off.  Any advise from someone who has experience of Aurora would be very useful to me. 

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Just back from Aurora in an inside cabin.  No problem at all.  However, I think some people boil the kettle to introduce some humidity into the cabin.  All aircon is drying.

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Setting the aircon to as neutral a setting as possible (not cold not hot) helps as does leaving water in sink or wet towel thrown on floor of shower unit overnight.  Very cold settings mean a much larger volume of air, dry air.


Regards John

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