6 Things You Don’t Need To Pack On A Cruise

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Today’s episode is brought to you by
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for a cruise can get a little confusing there’s tons of information out there
that can lead you to believe you need everything that will fit into your
suitcase but you really don’t as cruise ships get more high tech and stateroom
designs get better and better you’re probably going to find that you need
less stuff to keep you comfy on the high seas so here’s our list of six things
you can leave behind number one leave your blow-dryer at home unless you have
very long hair or a particular affinity for your blow-dryer I know some of you
do you probably find the one in your cabin to be sufficient most cruise ships
these days come with in room dryers that will do the trick even if they aren’t
perfect next up beach towels all of the
mass-market cruise lines these days offer beach towels that you can use on
the ship and on shore days just be sure not to take them home with you at the
end of the cruise or you’ll be charged number three may surprise you since
we’ve packed this many many times it’s a power strip many cruise lines are
prohibiting the use of power strips these days so ditch the strip and go
with a USB charging hub instead we’ll link to one in the description of course
if you need an extension cord for a CPAP machine or another necessity just give
the cruise line a call to see what they recommend that you pack for your
particular situation or what they can provide for you onboard
number four is something we used to swear by but we just don’t use them
anymore yep over door shoe hangers we’re really trendy for a while in the cruise
world but now cruisers are reporting to us that sometimes the hangers don’t fit
over the doors also some cruise lines have policies against using the over the
door shoe hangers so use your best judgment on this one how about food sure
grabbing some packaged snacks for the flight or drive to your cruise is a
great idea and we do it all the time but one of the best things about
cruising is that you’ll have lots of food options on your cruise so don’t
waste too much suitcase space on snacks unless there’s something you absolutely
can’t live without for the duration of your cruise some cruise lines and ports
actually prohibit certain types of food like fruits veggies and meat so leave
the food at home and the last thing that we think you should leave at home is
valuables high-value items like really fancy jewelry and watches might just add
stress to your relaxing cruise vacation some people like to pop these items in
the safe when they aren’t using them or on beachy port days but aside from our
wedding rings we prefer to leave our valuables at home especially when
traveling to unfamiliar places ok our question of the day for you is what
items do you suggest that newbie cruisers leave at home thank you so much
for tuning into another vlogtoberfest episode and until tomorrow we’ll see you
on the high seas

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