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Old 10-07-2012, 08:26 AM   #1
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European power outlet on Magic?

Hello Disney Cruisers!

When traveling on the Dream last year, I noticed that there was an outlet (used for the hairdryer) that was for European electronics. Coming from Greece, our cell phones, cameras, etc. have chargers with two round prongs which need 220 volts. Is this available on the Magic as well?

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Old 10-07-2012, 09:28 AM   #2
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I think the Magic and Wonder still only have the us plugs, but the dream and fantasy have "dual plugs" they have the two prong euro style and the us style all in one. Pretty cool
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Old 10-07-2012, 10:01 AM   #3
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I think the Magic and Wonder still only have the us plugs, but the dream and fantasy have "dual plugs" they have the two prong euro style and the us style all in one. Pretty cool
I believe I remember seeing the dual outlet in the bathroom on our June cruise.
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Coming from Greece, our cell phones, cameras, etc. have chargers with two round prongs which need 220 volts.
Have a look at your chargers. My experience is that most chargers actually are good for 110-240 volts, it is somewhere in the fine print on every charger. So you only need an adapter which you can pick up at every store that sells travel related stuff. I got mine at the airport in Europe before departure.

With other electric appliances it is more difficult, that's the reason why I always rely on hair dryers being provided because my 220 volt hairdryer from Germany would not like being fed only 110 volts...
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