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possum 01-10-2007 02:28 PM

Does anyone know if the Norwegian Majesty has irons and ironing boards on the ship?

f-mattox 01-10-2007 02:33 PM

Most ships have them in the self-service laundries;
Can't say definitely for Norwegian Majesty.

LisaP 01-10-2007 03:37 PM

I'm fairly certain that Norwegian Majesty does not have a self-service laundry. I'm also pretty sure that NCL does not allow pax to bring irons onboard, although I am having trouble locating this on their Web site. I'll check my documents from my last cruise and post back later.

f-mattox 01-10-2007 03:56 PM

Thank you, LisaP,
I thought the self-service laundries were universal.

Ron Clark 01-10-2007 05:25 PM

No need to check!

The only NCL ships with self service laundries are
Pride of Hawaii
and later this year

This means the following NCL ships don't
Pride of Aloha
Pride of America

I hope this helps!

cruising boo boo 01-10-2007 05:33 PM

You can call housekeeping on your first day and they'll deliver one to your cabin you can keep it there all week.


Originally posted by f-mattox:
Thank you, LisaP,
I thought the self-service laundries were universal.

LisaP 01-10-2007 09:01 PM

Hi again. I checked my cruise documents for mention of not allowing pax to bring irons on board -- and it's not specifically indicated. However, there is a clause that mentions "any goods of a dangerous nature," which I suppose is wide open to interpretation. Still, as fire is a major shipboard hazard, I strongly advise against bringing one.

crusing boo boo, if I'm interpreting your post correctly, housekeeping gave you an iron for use in your cabin? Did it have an automatic shut-off? I also know that many of the cabins had ironing boards in the top drawer of the desk at one time -- I suppose some still do.

I also saw while looking through my papers from our last two N. Majesty cruises that there was a laundry special during the week -- the cabin steward would give you a laundry bag and anything you can fit in it would be laundered for one flat fee. It was $20 in 2005; I don't have the figure for 2006.

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