Hi everyone, Just had a question about how you all did tipping on European cruises that stop in destinations with varying currencies. On most carribean cruises it seems like USD are always requested for tips on excursions, but we are taking a cruise that ships out from Dover, England, and goes to Denmark and Norway. All three countries using a different currency. Do people tip ground crew in pound sterling? Similarly, in Norway and Denmark I would imagine tipping on excursions in kroner and Euro is standard. Are ATMs available near where the ship docks to make this happen or will the ship offer currency exchanges (at fair rates) before you hop off? The only other cruises I have done abroad are in Asia or in the Mediterranean. In SE Asia, everyone is more than willing to take dollars on excursions and on Mediterranean cruises the usual port countries all share a common currency so it's easier to plan to have some Euro on me before I ever leave home. Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks!