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Filling water bottles onboard (QV, QE, and QM)

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It has been 6 years since our last trip with Cunard, so I wanted to check on this.   Can personal water bottles be filled anywhere on the three ships (at the buffet, for instance)?  Or are we doomed to paying for bottled water?  My husband has a medical condition that requires that he drink at least 80 ounces a day, and it is so much easier to keep track with a water bottle.

 

Thanks in advance for replies.

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Yes .

 

From your own bathroom faucet or from the dispensers in the buffet - using an intermediate container so you do not put your container in contact with the tap.

 

Just common sense/common courtesy.

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Yep as navy says, you can fill from the dispensers in the Lido, for QE, using the intermediate container.  We just came off QE and saw this quite a bit and I was so glad because years ago that was not the case.

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13 hours ago, esrs said:

It has been 6 years since our last trip with Cunard, so I wanted to check on this.   Can personal water bottles be filled anywhere on the three ships (at the buffet, for instance)?  Or are we doomed to paying for bottled water?  My husband has a medical condition that requires that he drink at least 80 ounces a day, and it is so much easier to keep track with a water bottle.

 

Thanks in advance for replies.

 

As previously posted, just ask your Steward to leave a large jug of drinking water along with your ice every evening, and additionally during the day at a time required.

 

Or pack a kitchen funnel.

 

Both simples.

 

Edited by PORT ROYAL
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 Great ideas, thank you!  Sorry I missed them, I've been paging through looking for answers. :)

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