Now your cruise date is coming up!! I know it's exciting! Now your faced with what to pack and what not to pack. Stressed!!! I have compiled a list of items that through the years of cruising I have felt its important and useful.
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First Aid Kit
No one wants to think about getting sick or hurt on a cruise, but few vacations end without someone getting a cut or having a little indigestion. Buying Band-Aids or Pepto onboard isn't cheap, and all the over-the-counter meds you have at home might not be readily available on a cruise ship or in a foreign port. We recommend packing a small first-aid kit stocked with items like Band-Aids, alcohol swabs, antibiotic ointment, cold pills, cough drops, painkillers, seasickness remedies and meds for heartburn and upset stomachs.
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It’s a good idea to bring disinfecting wipes for your travels – in the airplane or even for the car ride if you’re driving to the cruise ship. Once on the ship, you may find having these healthy cruise essentials useful as well. We’ve occasionally used some at the washrooms if we need to stop on the way and prefer to wipe the door handle and so on.
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Most cruises will have some seasickness medication out for passengers to take when the waves get rough. You will still likely want to bring your own. It’s only a few bucks and can keep you from feeling bad if the ocean picks up.
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Don’t like taking pills? There are also patches you can wear. There's no doubt that the patch is highly effective for many people.
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There are also Wristband you can wear. My wife and I personally like the Wristband.
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