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I've noted various people on forums/discussions mention that some ships have a keycard lighting system for staterooms. Meaning (I assume) that a card must be inserted into a slot in the room for the lights to be operational.    A few questions on that:

  1. What ships in the RC fleet use this technology?
  2. What kind of card are we talking about? (will an expired SeaPass Card suffice?)
  3. Does this also include power to electrical outlets? (or are those always 'on'?)

 

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Harmony definitely has them and I think the Q class ships (Anthem in the US) and probably Symphony.  I suspect that all new ships will use this technology even though people quickly find a way around it.

We just use an old Seapass card.  Anything will work that will slide into that slot.  Anything credit card sized.

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Harmony, Symphony (I'm assuming), and all Ovation class ships have this feature.

1 hour ago, DBeas0106 said:

What kind of card are we talking about? (will an expired SeaPass Card suffice?)

Any card will work. You're supposed to use your SeaPass card, but literally any card that can fit in there will work.

1 hour ago, DBeas0106 said:

Does this also include power to electrical outlets? (or are those always 'on'?)

No, those are always on. It's just the lights and A/C

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