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We are travelling on cruises to Norway on Crown Princess and to Norway and Iceland on Island Princess in August/September 2020. I have never travelled on either of these ships before.

 

The passenger information suggests that there are only 110v/US electrical outlets. As I am from Australia, some of my travelling appliances are 220v. I was wondering whether there are any 220v/European outlets in the staterooms on these ships.

 

If it is relevant, we are in a S4 & S5 Penthouse Suites.

 

Many thanks for any information you can share.

 

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We were on the Crown earlier this year.  Standard American 110v outlets are the norm. However...there is a hidden 220 volt outlet under/behind the bed that can be used. A nightstand lamp uses this outlet, but if you bring along an adapter/splitter you can maintain the use of the lamp as well as provide an additional 220 volt source. Note: this may not be practical for what you need to do but it does work. We have done this to provide a source for 2 CPAP machines without having to run a cord across the floor, which is the ship's "solution" for CPAP use.

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6 minutes ago, Rick&Jeannie said:

We were on the Crown earlier this year.  Standard American 110v outlets are the norm. However...there is a hidden 220 volt outlet under/behind the bed that can be used. A nightstand lamp uses this outlet, but if you bring along an adapter/splitter you can maintain the use of the lamp as well as provide an additional 220 volt source. Note: this may not be practical for what you need to do but it does work. We have done this to provide a source for 2 CPAP machines without having to run a cord across the floor, which is the ship's "solution" for CPAP use.

Note that this outlet is a two pin EU style outlet.  You would need the adapter to go from EU to OZ (without flying...).  EM

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