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Mini fridge in cabins on Ecstasy

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Possibly going on Ecstasy later this year. Travelling companion is diabetic and uses insulin which needs to be kept cool. I read somewhere there are mini fridges in the Junior Suites and Suites, but no other cabins. Is this correct? If we don't have a fridge can it be stored somehow where we can access it every day? Guest services maybe? 

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That is correct.  Until she has a lengthy drydock when they can convert the drawers under the desk to a cabinet for the fridge, it will be suites only.  EM

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They have Medicoolers for insulin. You can get one at Guest services. First come first served. They will charge your Sail & sign card $7 per day, but they reverse the charge when you return. Really compact. You could also get a collapsible igloo lunch pail and some zip lock baggies. You cabin steward will get you ice daily, and you just pour the water in the sink. I mostly use this option. 

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9 hours ago, tracy b said:

Insulin is good out of the refrigerator for 28 days

Right, insulin does not need to be refrigerated while on a five day cruise. My daughter and I are diabetics.  We had informed Carnival of this and they put a refrigerator in our ocean view cabin on the Fantasy even though we did not ask for one. 

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