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Essential Items to Bring on Your Next Cruise
(Some of Which You May Not Have Considered)

Going on a Cruise? Pack Light and Easy! If you plan on heading to a sunny beach location, avoid overpacking. Packing light is always better when prepping for your cruise. Ask yourself, how much clothing do you really need?

To ensure a more enjoyable cruise, there are some essential items you might overlook or have never considered packing. Here is a collection of must-have items to bring with you.

Waterproof Valuables Bag

Don’t let a day at the beach or pool be ruined by the fear of damaging your valuables. Ensure your phone, wallet, keys, and any other important items remain safe and dry by investing in a waterproof case. Enjoy the water without any worries!

Quick Dry Mesh Bag

When preparing for a day at the beach or pool, it’s essential to have a few essentials on hand, towels, a change of clothes, a hat, sunscreen, a water bottle, and a book. To keep your items organized and readily accessible, consider using an oversized mesh bag. Not only is it lightweight, but it will also dry quickly even if it gets wet.

Beach Blanket

When preparing for a day at the beach or pool, it’s essential to have a few essentials on hand, towels, a change of clothes, a hat, sunscreen, a water bottle, and a book. To keep your items organized and readily accessible, consider using an oversized mesh bag. Not only is it lightweight, but it will also dry quickly even if it gets wet.

Towel Clips

It’s always a struggle to keep your towels on beach chairs while aboard the ship? With the ship’s constant motion, there’s always a deck breeze. Save yourself the trouble by packing a few clips to keep your towel secure to your lounge chair.

Outlet Adapter

if you bringing along your iPhone, tablet, or laptop, as well as other electrical appliances like a small fan, nightlight, curling iron, or straightener? If you are, you may find that outlet space is limited in your small cruise cabin. To avoid any inconvenience, we recommend bringing an adapter that will allow you to expand the number of plugs available. However, please note that surge protectors are not allowed on the ship, so be sure not to pack one.

Insect Repellent

It is highly recommended that you take precautions to keep yourself safe. While on the ship, you won’t need mosquito repellent as there are no mosquitoes in the middle of the ocean. However, when you’re on land, apply it as frequently as sunscreen to avoid contracting the virus. Keep in mind that high-quality mosquito repellent can be a bit costly, but it’s worth it for your safety.

Sunscreen

The sun is deceptively strong, and it’s easy to underestimate its power. To avoid the painful consequences of sunburn, pack plenty of sunscreen and apply it regularly throughout the day. Make sure to cover all areas of exposed skin, including your face, neck, and ears. Wearing a hat and seeking shade during peak hours when the sun is at its strongest is also a smart idea.

Slip Resistant Flip Flops

The Must-Have Reef Sandals for Your Next Adventure. While it’s common knowledge to pack a pair of flip-flops for any trip, we couldn’t resist sharing the latest must-have footwear: Reef sandals with a quilted top. Not only do they look incredibly comfortable, but the textured bottoms also offer optimal grip for navigating slippery poolside decks.

Wide Brimmed Hat

As we mentioned before, the tropical sun can be harsh, and prevention is key when it comes to sunburn. To keep the sun at bay, why not try wearing a stylish and practical big hat? It’s a timeless accessory that will keep your face, shoulders, and neck safe from the sun’s rays while looking fashionable at the same time.

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