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Old 09-25-2007, 05:19 AM
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As you can see by my cruise clock I will be sailing on the Fortuna in Feb. with a large group. Seveal folks have asked me about laundry facialities, mainly do they have an area where they could press off their clothing. I can't find any info on this at the web site and was avoiding calling the cruise line. Does anyone know if they have this type of area onboard or is it just the ships laundry that you have to use? Would appreciate any help with this.
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As you can see by my cruise clock I will be sailing on the Fortuna in Feb. with a large group. Seveal folks have asked me about laundry facialities, mainly do they have an area where they could press off their clothing. I can't find any info on this at the web site and was avoiding calling the cruise line. Does anyone know if they have this type of area onboard or is it just the ships laundry that you have to use? Would appreciate any help with this.
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Hi,
Iīve travelled with costa two times before and will be onboard the Fortuna this november, as far as I know Costa does not offer selfservice laundry or ironing.
If the wrinkles donīt vanish with steam from the shower, itīll be the ships laundry.
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Thanks for the info. I am telling everyone to take along some of the new wrinkle release products. I used this a couple weeks ago during a New York City trip and it worked just fine. I figure a few wrinkles won't hurt anything.
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As you can see by my cruise clock I will be sailing on the Fortuna in Feb.


We can see that you're traveling on Costa in 4 months, 2 weeks, but we wouldn't have known it's the Fortuna without your telling us.

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Old 09-25-2007, 11:53 AM
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Sandy, I will get that fixed as soon as I can. I like to never got this one working, but I know how now. Thanks
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Now I see that it's the Fortuna. Good work!

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