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Tap water

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ExuberantVioletSquid2967 +0 points · over 7 years ago Original Poster

Going to travel on cruise for 15 days. No distilled water. What do I do?

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wiredgeorge +0 points · over 7 years ago Sleep Enthusiast

I use bottled water when I travel just because it contains less bacteria and what not than I might find from a tap. Both tap and bottled have lots of minerals so be sure to clean the reservoir each night and let it air dry else you will have mineral deposits after a couple weeks. I took a second and googled: can I get distilled water on a cruise ship

Availability may vary from one cruise liner company to another but here is one: https://help.carnival.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/3372/~/cpap-machines

Check with your cruise liner company...

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DanM +0 points · over 7 years ago Sleep Enthusiast Support Team

Good suggestion, wiredgeorge. Many cruise lines can accommodate requests for distilled or bottled water. Some will allow you to bring it aboard but might require a note from your physician. I suggest contacting the customer service department for the cruise line. They might be able to assist. Best of luck, and enjoy your trip!

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