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Author: canyonart

Joined: 11/2/2010
Posts: 3
GCT Trips Taken: 3
OAT Trips Taken: 2
Traveler Since: 2007

June 05, 2013

I read that they have 110 on the ship but is it a two prong outlet or a 3 prong outlet.  I have several chargers that use the 3 prong outlet.  I am planning to bring an extension with multiple plugs.  Where is the outlet? Do I need an extension that has a cord or can I use one that plugs directly into the wall?  If its behind some furniture, then the cord would be nice.

Thank you. I always think this is the best and fastest way to get questions answered.

Sally

Author: pauline

Joined: 3/9/2010
Posts: 972
GCT Trips Taken: 11
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England, Scotland, Ireland, France, Belgium, Holland, Germany, Italy, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland, Malta, Israel, Australia, New Zealand, China, Mexico, Colombia, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Canada, Russia, Ukraine

Traveler Since: 1999

June 05, 2013

I was on the Rossia in 2010, and the ship had recently been renovated so it's probably the same.  There's a little desk tucked into a corner between the end of one bed and the closets.  And on the wall there are the outlets.  The charger for my Kindle, which was the only thing I charged, has two prongs and that worked.  So I don't know if the outlet would take three prongs.  But it is very reachable.

Author: nancyf

Joined: 4/26/2010
Posts: 155
GCT Trips Taken: 5
OAT Trips Taken: 2
Countries Visited:

43 of the 50 United States, including Hawaii and Alaska, England , France , Italy , Spain, Germany, Netherlands, Africa (Botswana, Namibia, Zimbabwe. South Africa), Israel, Canada, the Carribbean, Peru, going to Egypt & Jordan in February 2011 ( canceled due to the unrest there, but I will take this trip later!), China, Russia, Kenya, Turkey, Greece, Malta, Sicily.

Traveler Since: 2007

June 06, 2013

Seems as if I had to use my converter (for 220 to 110) for my curling iron, etc.....and that I need the 2-rounded prong adapter, as well.

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