Setting sail these days, many cruisers take multiple devices on-board which need to be charged during their trip.
Cruise lines vary in their plug sockets on-board, making it hard to find out if your cabin has British plug sockets, a US two-pin or if you’ll need a European adaptor.
Avoid getting stuck on-board with low battery with this handy guide on the plug sockets you can find on-board the top cruise lines and their fleet.
|Cruise Line||Compatible with?|
|Azamara Club Cruises||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Carnival Cruise Line||No||Yes||Yes||Yes – Exclusive to Carnival Vista, Carnival Panorama and Carnival Horizon|
|Cruise & Maritime Voyages||Yes – Exclusive to Columbus||No||Yes||No|
|Disney Cruise Line||No||Yes||Yes – Exclusive to Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy||No|
|Fred. Olsen||Not always||No||Yes||No|
|Holland America Line||No||Yes||No||No|
|Norwegian Cruise Line||No||Yes||No||No|
|P&O Cruises||Yes||Yes – Exclusive to Oceana and Britannia||No||No|
Have you set sail on any of the ships and noticed the plug sockets? What adaptors did you take on-board? Let us know in the comment box below!
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This is so handy! Great to know what on my next cruise I can leave the adaptor at home.