Top 5 Cruise Essentials

    Going on a cruise can be a thrilling and exciting once-in-a-lifetime opportunity which will stay with you forever. Unlike a regular holiday, it’s a chance to see a wide range of exotic and awe inspiring destinations all in one trip. As it is different to a regular holiday, there are certain packing requirements that will prove extremely useful on the cruise.

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    Here’s a handy guide to ensure you’re not caught short on your cruise trip.

    Seasickness tablets

    These can be purchased from any chemist and are absolutely vital. You should take a healthy supply on the trip as even the strongest sailor may fall fowl to the crashing waves and sickness bug.

    Guide/travel books

    Regardless of where on the globe you’re cruise trip is heading, you will be taking in plenty of different destinations. Having some kind of knowledge of your next destination like the culture, basic language, food and drink, things to see and do etc. will be hugely beneficial on your trip, making a guide book a cruise essential.

    Plug adaptor

    This is usually a holiday staple but is equally important when it comes to a cruise trip. Most cruise cabins will contain a standard European plug; however, you may not be assured of your countries so it’s always best to take one just in case.

    Medical insurance papers/history

    Having some kind of record with you of your medical history and insurance policy is essential, particularly if travelling alone as you may fall ill or injure yourself and be unable to speak for yourself. Remember to pack any medication you may be prescribed, and again in case you fall ill, carry your prescription documents.

    Waterproof container

    As you’re surrounded by water and most of your excursions will be beached, water based a waterproof protector for your wallet, phone, IPod, watch etc. is vital. Most can be connected to your wrist or belt and are inexpensive. As snorkelling, water based activities are plentiful, it may also be wise to invest in a waterproof camera to capture those memorable moments without the worry of damage.

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