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New Zealand on Majestic Princess November 24, 2018

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20 minutes ago, PurpleTraveller said:

 

Thanks. Glad you like the photos. The embarkation and disbarkation in Sydney were both great. Glad there was no chaos here. I really enjoyed Majestic and love New Zealand where I will visit again another day. 

 Had the Pleasure of visiting Sydney for the first time last Sept/October spend 41 days, 38 on  the Sea Princess...didn't make it to New Zealand, though...but certainly enjoyed all the Aussies on both our cruises....our last disembarkation was at White Bay, so we went under the bridge, even though it was raining.....I live in Southern California. ...so the Continent reminded me of home.  But like your NZ cruise I booked the 28 days cruise rather late, had no expectations and was thoroughly delighted with my experience...

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12 hours ago, land lover said:

 Had the Pleasure of visiting Sydney for the first time last Sept/October spend 41 days, 38 on  the Sea Princess...didn't make it to New Zealand, though...but certainly enjoyed all the Aussies on both our cruises....our last disembarkation was at White Bay, so we went under the bridge, even though it was raining.....I live in Southern California. ...so the Continent reminded me of home.  But like your NZ cruise I booked the 28 days cruise rather late, had no expectations and was thoroughly delighted with my experience...

 

Wow, that was one big trip! Glad you enjoyed Australia. You'll have to go to New Zealand one day - it is really beautiful and very different to Australia and Southern California. 

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We are boarding the Majestic in Auckland on March 2nd then on to Australia and many of my friends here in the States want me to bring back Manuka honey and wonder if you have any advise on where the best place to get it and I guess ship it back home so as not to run into trouble with customs

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3 hours ago, Hipockets said:

We are boarding the Majestic in Auckland on March 2nd then on to Australia and many of my friends here in the States want me to bring back Manuka honey and wonder if you have any advise on where the best place to get it and I guess ship it back home so as not to run into trouble with customs

 

The only place I saw Manuka honey was at Mossops Honey on the outskirts of Tauranga on the way back to the ship from Hobbiton but then again I wasn't looking for it.  I have a feeling I saw honey at a couple of souvenir stores in Christchurch but I don't know if it was Manuka honey. I would suggest checking out some gift/souvenir stores in Auckland as that is the biggest city you will be going to in New Zealand.  Otherwise you could go to Mossops Honey at Tauranga or try gift/souvenir stores there and at other ports. You should check the US customs regulations for bringing in honey before you come over as you may be able to take it with you rather than ship it. On my tour there were a few people from the US who bought Manuka honey and took it with them but of course I don't know if they had any problems getting it back into the US.

 

Good luck and I hope you have a great cruise!

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4 hours ago, Hipockets said:

We are boarding the Majestic in Auckland on March 2nd then on to Australia and many of my friends here in the States want me to bring back Manuka honey and wonder if you have any advise on where the best place to get it and I guess ship it back home so as not to run into trouble with customs

 

I just checked the Countdown (they are a supermarket chain in New Zealand) website and they have Manuka honey listed in their products so you could also check them out. They have stores in Auckland at 76 Quay Street (very close to the piers) and at 19 - 25 Victoria Street in the city centre. They also have a store at 280 Lambton Quay in Wellington (right near the cable car station). 

 

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20 minutes ago, PurpleTraveller said:

 

I just checked the Countdown (they are a supermarket chain in New Zealand) website and they have Manuka honey listed in their products so you could also check them out. They have stores in Auckland at 76 Quay Street (very close to the piers) and at 19 - 25 Victoria Street in the city centre. They also have a store at 280 Lambton Quay in Wellington (right near the cable car station). 

 

Thanks for your help I now have a place to start

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Hi again PurpleTraveller!  I got caught up reading this review when I saw the link in your signature on the Land of the Midnight Sun review.  I'm actually planning a similar 13-day cruise to New Zealand on the Majestic Princess in February 2021, so your review is very helpful as it will be my first time visiting your part of the world. 

 

But I do have a couple of questions for you if you don't mind.  I haven't been on any of the new class of ships yet, although I will be on the Royal later this year and on the Regal next year...do you have a preference between the Majestic or Regal?  Princess has two similar 13-day cruises to New Zealand on the Regal in March 2021, so I wasn't sure whether to go with the Majestic or Regal for this cruise.  The only difference in itineraries is that the Majestic goes to Picton while the Regal goes to Wellington.  I've heard of Wellington but not Picton, so not sure if one is better than the other.  Do you have any suggestions on which ship/itinerary would be best, or whether there would be much of a difference between visiting in February or March?  Thank you for any thoughts you can provide!

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Awesome review!

 

I'll be on the Majestic in February.  Did you notice if there was a night club on board?  I can't figure it out based on deck plans.  I'm used to Club 6 or Skywalker on other ships.  I sure hope there is a night club!

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5 hours ago, United_11 said:

Hi again PurpleTraveller!  I got caught up reading this review when I saw the link in your signature on the Land of the Midnight Sun review.  I'm actually planning a similar 13-day cruise to New Zealand on the Majestic Princess in February 2021, so your review is very helpful as it will be my first time visiting your part of the world. 

 

But I do have a couple of questions for you if you don't mind.  I haven't been on any of the new class of ships yet, although I will be on the Royal later this year and on the Regal next year...do you have a preference between the Majestic or Regal?  Princess has two similar 13-day cruises to New Zealand on the Regal in March 2021, so I wasn't sure whether to go with the Majestic or Regal for this cruise.  The only difference in itineraries is that the Majestic goes to Picton while the Regal goes to Wellington.  I've heard of Wellington but not Picton, so not sure if one is better than the other.  Do you have any suggestions on which ship/itinerary would be best, or whether there would be much of a difference between visiting in February or March?  Thank you for any thoughts you can provide!

 

I really like both Regal and Majestic Princess. The main difference is that Majestic has the Hollywood Conservatory at the front of the ship on the Sun deck where you can look forward (the only place on either ship), where Regal has the Sanctuary in the same place. When I was on board all areas of the Hollywood Conservatory were free but I don't know if they are now charging for the private seating areas but you would still be able to use the communal area. Regal does have a rear pool on the Sun deck and also Sabatini's whereas Majestic has La Mer and Harmony Chinese Restaurant. If I had to choose I would probably choose Majestic but it is a very close race. 

 

In regards to choosing between Wellington and Picton, for a first time visitor I would choose Wellington. Wellington is a small city and the capital of New Zealand and has a lot more to see and do there. On our first visit we went up on the cable car and then walked down through the Botanic Gardens. You have seen my photos of our last visit. 

 

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Picton is a small town at the north of the south island. The ferries between the north and south islands cross the Cook Strait between Wellington and Picton. The town is very pretty but small with not a lot to do. Many people go further afield or go on a cruise of the Marlborough Sounds.  

 

We were blessed with a gloriously warm and sunny day so went on a hike around the nearby headland. 

 

The first photo is where our ship Diamond Princess was docked and then there are a few photos of Picton and the view from the headland.

 

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The sail out from Picton is also lovely. 

 

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The choice comes down to whether you would prefer a small city or a small town with beautiful scenery. 

 

In regards to February or March they are both good months to visit New Zealand as the weather is warm and the school holidays are over so there will be less children on board. February may be slightly warmer but we had great weather in March until we got to the very south of the south island. We missed Dunedin and the Fiordlands on our March cruise due to bad weather but then again missed the Fiordlands in December last year. It is luck of the draw whether you get into the Fiordlands to cruise the Sounds.

 

So to round up the choices I would choose Regal going to Wellington as there is very little difference between Regal and Majestic but think Wellington is better for a first time visitor. 

 

Hope I haven't confused you too much and whichever cruise you choose, New Zealand is a great place to visit.

 

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2 hours ago, ExploringTheGlobe said:

Awesome review!

 

I'll be on the Majestic in February.  Did you notice if there was a night club on board?  I can't figure it out based on deck plans.  I'm used to Club 6 or Skywalker on other ships.  I sure hope there is a night club!

 

Thanks, glad you enjoyed it. 

 

On Majestic Club 6 was replaced with a high rollers casino room which was then changed to a Crooners Bar when Majestic was sailing out of Australia. I don't remember seeing a dedicated night club. Looking at my patters I can not see a night club but every night there was a late night (11.30pm to late) disco with different themes each night - One Hit Wonders, Michael Jackson and Motown to name a few. The first few nights it was in the Piazza but then it was changed to Crooners Bar (next door to the casino) for the remainder of the cruise. 

 

Hope you enjoy your cruise! 

 

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5 hours ago, ExploringTheGlobe said:

Awesome review!

 

I'll be on the Majestic in February.  Did you notice if there was a night club on board?  I can't figure it out based on deck plans.  I'm used to Club 6 or Skywalker on other ships.  I sure hope there is a night club!

 

Sorry their is no nightclub on the Majestic. Yes I wish there was some other options but this ship was built for the Asian Market. 

 

I was on the March 2019 cruise from Sydney to Hong Kong. Any dancing was in the Atrium. Other than a outside deck party the atrium was the other option. 

 

I still enjoyed the Majestic but for me being on a large Princess ship was a one time thing for me. 

 

Tom😎

 

 

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11 hours ago, PurpleTraveller said:

 

I really like both Regal and Majestic Princess. The main difference is that Majestic has the Hollywood Conservatory at the front of the ship on the Sun deck where you can look forward (the only place on either ship), where Regal has the Sanctuary in the same place. When I was on board all areas of the Hollywood Conservatory were free but I don't know if they are now charging for the private seating areas but you would still be able to use the communal area. Regal does have a rear pool on the Sun deck and also Sabatini's whereas Majestic has La Mer and Harmony Chinese Restaurant. If I had to choose I would probably choose Majestic but it is a very close race. 

 

In regards to choosing between Wellington and Picton, for a first time visitor I would choose Wellington. Wellington is a small city and the capital of New Zealand and has a lot more to see and do there. On our first visit we went up on the cable car and then walked down through the Botanic Gardens. You have seen my photos of our last visit. 

 

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Picton is a small town at the north of the south island. The ferries between the north and south islands cross the Cook Strait between Wellington and Picton. The town is very pretty but small with not a lot to do. Many people go further afield or go on a cruise of the Marlborough Sounds.  

 

We were blessed with a gloriously warm and sunny day so went on a hike around the nearby headland. 

 

The first photo is where our ship Diamond Princess was docked and then there are a few photos of Picton and the view from the headland.

 

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The sail out from Picton is also lovely. 

 

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The choice comes down to whether you would prefer a small city or a small town with beautiful scenery. 

 

In regards to February or March they are both good months to visit New Zealand as the weather is warm and the school holidays are over so there will be less children on board. February may be slightly warmer but we had great weather in March until we got to the very south of the south island. We missed Dunedin and the Fiordlands on our March cruise due to bad weather but then again missed the Fiordlands in December last year. It is luck of the draw whether you get into the Fiordlands to cruise the Sounds.

 

So to round up the choices I would choose Regal going to Wellington as there is very little difference between Regal and Majestic but think Wellington is better for a first time visitor. 

 

Hope I haven't confused you too much and whichever cruise you choose, New Zealand is a great place to visit.

 

Thank you so much for taking the time to answer my questions and provide additional photos!  It's very helpful.  And the photos of Picton are beautiful!  I'll talk with my dad, who I'm taking this cruise with, to see which option we would prefer.  I think it will most likely come down to itinerary, since we may not get the opportunity to take this cruise again.  

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We did a b2b on the Majestic Princess last January.  Great itinerary and loved the ship.  But would recommend the Wellington port for first time visitors.  A great place to visit.  Haven't been to Picton yet.

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32 minutes ago, coo359a2 said:

We did a b2b on the Majestic Princess last January.  Great itinerary and loved the ship.  But would recommend the Wellington port for first time visitors.  A great place to visit.  Haven't been to Picton yet.

Great, thank you for the advice!

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11 hours ago, United_11 said:

Thank you so much for taking the time to answer my questions and provide additional photos!  It's very helpful.  And the photos of Picton are beautiful!  I'll talk with my dad, who I'm taking this cruise with, to see which option we would prefer.  I think it will most likely come down to itinerary, since we may not get the opportunity to take this cruise again.  

 

You're very welcome! I'm sure you will have a great cruise no matter which one you choose as New Zealand is so lovely. 

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I have just completed my latest Photo Review of my cruise on Sapphire Princess to Norway  - Land of the Midnight Sun in June 2019. When I updated my signature I discovered that I can only have 3 URL addresses in my signature meaning that the link to my Baltic Heritage Photo Review had to be removed. I have decided to help anyone who may be interested in reading other of my reviews by putting links to my other reviews at the end of each of my reviews so that they can find them. Thanks.

 

 

 

 

 

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PurpleTraveller - thank you for your fabulous detailed reviews, I have just read all through the recent Norway one, mostly because I am interested in Sapphire Princess. Can I ask you a question - we are trying to decide between Sapphire, Regal or Majestic to NZ. Sapphire is out of Melbourne (where we live) and has one less port (Bay of Islands) than either Regal or Majestic (both out of Sydney), therefore Sapphire has one more sea day. We are a family of 4, children will be 11 and 13 by the time this cruise happens. So things like swimming pools, that the children can use (they can't use one of the small aft pools on Sapphire I believe, and maybe not indoor pools?), and availability of pizza and ice cream are quite important to us, especially for the sea days. Also sports activities are important (somewhere for the children to kick a soccer ball? basketball court?). Even when the children use kids club, we are not Sanctuary users. I know Sapphire has the lovely wrap around promenade, and Regal and Majestic have considerably less public outside decks. We have cruised 3 times so far, all 7 night port intensive cruises (Alaska and the Med), with 3 different cruise lines, this NZ cruise would have more seas days than we have ever had before which is why I'm fussing so much over the ship we choose. Do you have any advice for me? Many thanks in advance.

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2 hours ago, ~*Lou*~ said:

PurpleTraveller - thank you for your fabulous detailed reviews, I have just read all through the recent Norway one, mostly because I am interested in Sapphire Princess. Can I ask you a question - we are trying to decide between Sapphire, Regal or Majestic to NZ. Sapphire is out of Melbourne (where we live) and has one less port (Bay of Islands) than either Regal or Majestic (both out of Sydney), therefore Sapphire has one more sea day. We are a family of 4, children will be 11 and 13 by the time this cruise happens. So things like swimming pools, that the children can use (they can't use one of the small aft pools on Sapphire I believe, and maybe not indoor pools?), and availability of pizza and ice cream are quite important to us, especially for the sea days. Also sports activities are important (somewhere for the children to kick a soccer ball? basketball court?). Even when the children use kids club, we are not Sanctuary users. I know Sapphire has the lovely wrap around promenade, and Regal and Majestic have considerably less public outside decks. We have cruised 3 times so far, all 7 night port intensive cruises (Alaska and the Med), with 3 different cruise lines, this NZ cruise would have more seas days than we have ever had before which is why I'm fussing so much over the ship we choose. Do you have any advice for me? Many thanks in advance.

 

Thanks! I hope the reviews were of some help. While I haven't cruised with my children (who are now grown up) I'll try my best to help. 

 

Pools

 

Sapphire Princess has an undercover pool (Calypso) that I think can be used by children as well as the large Neptune pool. The aft Terrace pool is adult only but there are two splash pools at the aft of the sun deck near the outdoor play areas that children can use. I'm not sure if your children would be too old to want to use this area. These are the Sapphire pools. 

 

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Majestic's undercover pool is for adults only and the pool on the Lido deck is not huge. It does not have an aft pool. 

 

Regal does not have an undercover pool but it does have a small aft pool but I don't know if it is adult only. The Lido deck pool is the same size as Majestic's and it also has an adult only pool forward on Lido. 

 

I think Sapphire Princess would probably win out on pools for children. 

 

Food/Pizza/Icecream

 

All three ships have an ice cream bar on Lido deck to get soft serve ice cream. On Sapphire you can also get normal/hard sugar free (still yummy) ice cream. 

 

Sapphire and Regal have Prego Pizzeria on the Lido deck next to the main pool for quick pizza slices and there is also the Trident Grill for burgers and hot dogs. Majestic has a noodle bar instead of a pizzeria but has the Lobster Grill for burgers and hot dogs.  

 

All three have Alfredo's (free pizza and pasta restaurant) but the menu on Sapphire is smaller (no pastas) than on Regal and Majestic.

 

The buffet on Regal and Majestic are much larger than on Sapphire with a lot more choices.

 

Sports/Activities

 

Majestic has a basketball court on the Sport deck and I assume the Regal does as well though I can't remember exactly. Regal and I assume Majestic have a Lawn Court on Sky deck but I don't remember how big it is or what they had there.

 

Sapphire has a Lawn Court on the Sports deck and a Sports Court on Sky deck but I didn't go onto them so I don't know how big they are and what facilities they have. 

 

All three have Movies Under The Stars on the Lido deck at the main pool, showing movies and concerts throughout the day and a fairly new release movie at night. 

 

All three have TV on demand with lots of movies and TV shows available to watch in your cabin. 

 

When weighing up the options I would consider the cost and time of having to go to and from Sydney rather than the ease of sailing from your home port. Also consider that Sapphire has 1,000 less passengers.

 

Are the itineraries the same total number of days? I know from Sydney it is two sea days to and from New Zealand and if you include the scenic cruising to see the Fiordlands three sea days either on the way there or back. I assume it is the same from Melbourne. 

 

Sorry I probably haven't been of much help but good luck with choosing. Which ever one you choose I hope you have a great cruise. 

 

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On 12/6/2018 at 11:24 AM, PurpleTraveller said:

Here we are just returned from our 12 day cruise from Sydney to New Zealand on Majestic Princess. I was not expecting to go on another cruise this year but it was the fault of one of those emails. You know the ones I mean - the ones you give a quick glance at as you're about to delete it and stop and think - oh! New Zealand, oh! a Balcony for less than an Interior, oh! upgrade to a Deluxe Balcony for the same price as a Balcony and the next thing I knew I was booked on another cruise. I had wanted to go on another cruise to New Zealand as on our previous cruise in 2016 we had hit bad weather and missed Dunedin and the Fjordlands and I really, really wanted to cruise Milford Sound.

 

Saturday November 24 - Embarkation Sydney

 

So we set off from home to the Sydney Overseas Passenger Terminal and we discovered the joy of cruising from your home port. We left home and were on the ship in less than 45 minutes! It took less than 10 minutes from dropping off our suitcases to being welcomed onboard. 

 

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We made our way to our cabin - a Deluxe Balcony A124.

 

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We set out to explore the ship and catch some great views. The Overseas Passenger Terminal in Sydney is right in the centre of Sydney with amazing views of the harbour, Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Opera House. 

 

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Muster was at 3.20pm and we didn't have to take our life jackets.

 

Sail away was at 4.00pm and we seemed to come really close to the Harbour Bridge when we reversed away from the dock. 

 

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There were great views as we slowly sailed through the Harbour. It took about an hour to sail to the Heads and out to sea. 

 

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We had a quick dinner at the buffet and then went to the Welcome Show in the theatre at 7.15pm. It was Christopher Watkins a violinist who was great watch and listen to. 

 

Hi Purple Traveller

 

We did the Shanghai to Brisbane right before this and it was amazing, well after it was westernized to the cruisers wishes anyway. Captain Dino Sagani took over in Singapore and he is my favorite Princess captain, he makes the ship come alive tbh. I will guess that ITV was still filming their show "The Cruise"? It is an amazing ship.

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23 minutes ago, Credit 00 said:

 

Hi Purple Traveller

 

We did the Shanghai to Brisbane right before this and it was amazing, well after it was westernized to the cruisers wishes anyway. Captain Dino Sagani took over in Singapore and he is my favorite Princess captain, he makes the ship come alive tbh. I will guess that ITV was still filming their show "The Cruise"? It is an amazing ship.

 

I'm pleased that you had a great cruise and I had wondered how different Majestic was before she was changed for the Australian market. I really liked Majestic especially the Hollywood Conservatory. Captain Dino Sagani is lovely and I loved listening to his midday and departure reports! There was no filming on our cruise (at least that I saw) so they must have been finished. I'd very happily sail on Majestic again. 

 

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PurpleTraveller - thank you for your very detailed reply, you HAVE been helpful. The Sapphire itinerary out of Melbourne has one less port and one more sea day than the Regal/Majestic itineraries out of Sydney, hence why I am putting so much effort into choosing the right ship - either way we have considerably more seas days than we have experienced when cruising previously. Thank you again.

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22 hours ago, ~*Lou*~ said:

PurpleTraveller - thank you for your very detailed reply, you HAVE been helpful. The Sapphire itinerary out of Melbourne has one less port and one more sea day than the Regal/Majestic itineraries out of Sydney, hence why I am putting so much effort into choosing the right ship - either way we have considerably more seas days than we have experienced when cruising previously. Thank you again.

 

You're welcome. 😊 A big decision but I hope you have a great cruise whichever one you choose. 

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Thanks for the great review! We are doing the same cruise, just backwards order of ports this November for our honeymoon and so excited! Reading your review just made me more excited all over again! 🙂 QQ are the outlets on the ship Australian or US outlets? 

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1 hour ago, sdonlon13 said:

Thanks for the great review! We are doing the same cruise, just backwards order of ports this November for our honeymoon and so excited! Reading your review just made me more excited all over again! 🙂 QQ are the outlets on the ship Australian or US outlets? 

 

Thank you! There were 1 Australian, 2 US and 2 European outlets in our Deluxe Balcony cabin. I can't remember exactly what was in the bathroom but I think it was a low voltage US outlet. 

 

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Congratulations on getting married and I hope you have a wonderful cruise and honeymoon! I will keep my fingers crossed that you have smooth seas, sunny skies and that you get into Milford Sound! 😊

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