Posted March 3rd, 2018, 11:50 AM
Are lanyards for ship ID cards the norm on Cunard cruises? They sound a good idea.
They're not for me and I personally loath them. Do what works for you. Those who choose to wear them are in a tiny minority on Cunard ships.Agree, almost as tacky as door decorations.
Are lanyards for ship ID cards the norm on Cunard cruises?Not unless you want to look like a member of staff.
Are lanyards for ship ID cards the norm on Cunard cruises? They sound a good idea.You rarely see them worn on Cunard ships. Personally, I don't like them, just reminds of cheaper cruise lines (I know I am going to get flamed for this comment)
Not unless you want to look like a member of staff.
They sell a selection of lanyards in the shops on the ships. Never used one myself though.
Well, I thought that lanyards were popular on some cruise ships because I saw a post somewhere which said that the plastic ID card was automatically hole punched on issue to take a lanyard clip.No, there are no holes punched in Cunard ID cards. When lanyards are used, I think they are usually the kind with a plastic sleeve to hold the card.
Obviously, not Cunard!
I wear clothes onboard without pockets, and I don’t want to carry a handbag around with me so I do keep my card on a lanyard so that I don’t lose it.I remember striking this problem on my first cruise. What do I do with my keycard? Our first port was katakolon and I went out and bought a very small leather cross-body bag for cruise use. It keeps my hands free. It holds my card, tissues, sweets (when I have a cough) and my ipod in the old days. Now I have a slightly larger one that holds my ipad too.