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  • On Nov 11, 2011
    Trica from MN Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    We are going on a Disney Cruise on the Disney Wonder over Thanksgiving. My husband has sleep apnea and requires a CPAP. Can we bring distilled water on the boat or is there a place to purchase on board? Will there be a plug in for him to use as well?

    Hi, Tricia!

    Congratulations on your cruise next week on the beautiful Disney Wonder!  I just stepped off the ship on Sunday, and I too have a hubby who requires a CPAP machine. You can certainly bring your distilled water on board. I suggest packing it (in small containers if possible) in your day bag and carrying it on board. Or, you can follow what we did and use bottled water which we purchased on the ship.  It's not distilled, but it worked fine for the week we were traveling.  In addition, there are standard electrical outlets in the staterooms, but you might want to bring an extension chord since the nearest one may be across the room.

    I hope this info helps you plan, and let me know if you think of other questions as you pack and prepare. Have a wonderful day, a magical vacation and happy Thanksgiving! Bon voyage!

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