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Sunscreen, plenty for each person.
Make your own list and really think about others suggestions before buying and packing anything you didn't plan on yourself.
im going to a tropical island should i take bug spray?I think it depends on what shore excursions you have planned...are you going to Cocoa/Nassau/Freeport? If you're doing anything in a woodsy/forested area, bug spray may come in handy. The Pride is a nice ship - enjoy!!
jawas- we are going to grand turk,half moon cay and freeport.Nice! I loved Half Moon Cay, and Grand Turk was beautiful. You may want to take a little bug spray. I can't remember having any issues with bugs in those places - it probably depends on what you do.
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I like to avoid the smelling a lot like perfume so I spray it away from me at arms length, count to 3, then walk "into" the perfume. Or I'll only apply it behind my knees. I have a co-worker that is sensitive to scents and she hasn't complained about mine yet. If she ever does I'll stop wearing it to work.
Two extra things people suggested that my hubby and I appreciated on our cruise --
A "power strip" for appliances and electronics - your cabin will likely not be overstocked with outlets; and some may carry "minimum current".
We saw many people suggest nightlights for night-time trips to the bathroom without bothering your traveling companion. The cabin is smaller than a hotel room usually, and the bathroom light is bright. and not always a door there. My hubby came up with the idea of battery-powered candles instead. More romantic and they serve the same purpose.
One thing I wish I had brought -- my own shampoo. The stuff the ship supplied did not lather at all.