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6 hours ago, Maraprince said:

Are there mini frigs in the balcony cabins?  My cabin mate needs to store her insulin.

 

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MARAPRINCE

We just returned 2 weeks ago from the Legend. We had a mini fridge in our balcony cabin and it kept things nice and cold. Hint -- take a washcloth and fold it a couple of times and leave the wooden door to the fridge access open a couple of inches with the washcloth holding the door open. It gets better circulation that way. Newer ships don't have that problem.

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1 minute ago, tandemcruzr said:

We just returned 2 weeks ago from the Legend. We had a mini frige in our balcony cabin and it kept things nice and cold. Hint -- take a washcloth and fold it a couple of times and leave the wooden door to the fridge access open a couple of inches with the washcloth holding the door open. It gets better circulation that way. Newer ships don't have that problem.

Good idea, I've been on the pride 3 times and the fridge always worked but was getting very hot in that little cabinet.

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2 hours ago, jperry2011 said:

Good idea, I've been on the pride 3 times and the fridge always worked but was getting very hot in that little cabinet.

Second that motion for any ship. Also works great for a motel refrigerator that is locked up in a cabinet. Keeping the cabinet open can lower the temperature in the refrigerator by 30 degrees.

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15 hours ago, tandemcruzr said:

We just returned 2 weeks ago from the Legend. We had a mini fridge in our balcony cabin and it kept things nice and cold. Hint -- take a washcloth and fold it a couple of times and leave the wooden door to the fridge access open a couple of inches with the washcloth holding the door open. It gets better circulation that way. Newer ships don't have that problem.

That's good to know!  We usually store our ice bucket in the frig as well.

 

Thanks!

 

MARAPRINCE

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