I do seem to recall reading somewhere that the swimming pool and bathrooms used sea water, not the stored fresh water on board. Quite apart from the problem of picking the krill out of your bath, how the hell did you get the Otto Vinolia Toilet Soap to lather? And did they have our sort of shampoo, ie Teepol-based, or did they use soap? Because if they did, I can't see how you could have ever rinsed soap out of your hair with sea water. I do dimly remember being told by my mother that they used a rinse of a weak solution of vinegar to get soap suds out of their hair before modern shampoos, and she was born in 1909. I can't help thinking we would have found even the millionaires a rather scruffy lot - if you look at the photos, their clothes seemed rather rumpled, and I don't see how they could have achieved sleek, shiny hair. Bob Godfrey ...?