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Just been reading through the lists... do you really have to pay $7 for each lanyard???? don't they give them to you?

 

No they don't - you have to buy them. More revenue! Buy them at your local junk shop for $2 before you go. :D

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DID NOT USE or will not bring again:

First aid kit

Torch

Shampoo/condition/soap-theirs was ok-loved their body lotion

Sea sick bands/medicine

Gastro medicine

Half our clothes

Half my jewellery

Sewing kit

Hand sanitizer-used theirs

Glen 20

Blue tak

note paper & pen-used theirs

Wet ones

Highlighter pen

Extra coats hangers

Covered containers

 

 

WILL TAKE AGAIN:

Wide mouth water bottle

Pegs & peg caddy

Sard soap

Plastic suctions hooks-lots

Room freshener

Lap top

Power strip

Good brand coffee-to make my own

Hat/visor/sunnies

 

I'm working on the theory for next time:

"take half the clothes and twice the money"

 

 

B&B

;)

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Previous experience.

 

Take your own pillow, though the ones provided were good, they were far too high.

 

Power board & a short extension cord.

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I bought a pkt of suction hooks from the 2 dollar shop & put them on our window. Great for drying clothes. Suexxx

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Hi All

Just tried to print out the best ever packing list but it didnt print properly as it is in blue ink. Had anyone seen a pfd file so I can print it out. Any help would be appreciated if someone can attatch a link.

Thanks:)

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Hope this is what you want? Kindly provided by Fiona :) If you email me I'll send it to you

bubbles@bellybuster.com

B&B ;)

 

Kindly provided by Fiona :)

 

Cruise/ travel -Packing List:

 

Travel Paperwork/Personal IDs/

  • E-ticket / boarding passes for the airlines
  • Confirmation emails from car rental, hotel and private excursions
  • Cruise documents including completed boarding papers, immigration papers, etc.
  • Printouts of any emails or letters re: OBCs, tour reservations, etc. (to prevent problems)
  • Passport and any required travel visas (keep copy separately)
  • Leave copy of itinerary / phone numbers with relatives/friends
  • Self-sticking address labels for airline/cruise luggage tags (saves time over filling them in)
  • Make a copy of the contents of your wallet (cards, etc.) and keep separately
  • Waterproof wallet (to keep money with you at beach and water sports)
  • Cash (with plenty of ones & fives for tipping) (some people like $2 bills and dollar coins, too)
  • Credit cards (list account and telephone numbers in case of loss and pack separately)
  • Call Credit Card Companies in advance to advise of shipboard/foreign charges
  • Watch (bring a waterproof one if you’ll be doing water sports)
  • Business/Social Cards (with phone number and email address) for your new friends!
  • Addresses of those you may want to send a postcard to
  • Hi-lighter (can select things on the Daily Schedule to do) and other pens for filling in forms
  • Post-it notes to leave notes for each other, room steward, etc.
  • Lanyard to hang ID (or get one onboard; stores will punch hole in your card, or bring plastic pouch)
  • Local gifts for CC gift exchange, or for cruise staff (steward, etc.) - nice touch in addition to tip
  • Port books/maps, or printouts of internet research on ports of call visited during cruise

Electronics/Electrical Equipment/Entertainment

  • Cell phone & charger (and walkie-talkies if you’ve got ‘em)
  • Call cell phone company in advance to find out about overseas/roaming charges/service.
  • Laptop, charger & media reader for camera disks
  • Camera, extra batteries or charger, film or digital media
  • Disposable camera / disposable underwater camera
  • Portable DVD player / CD player / radio / Gameboy / PSP / iPods, speakers, etc. + chargers/batteries
  • Books & magazines, crosswords & sudoku, needlework, cards, travel games, etc.
  • Clock with lighted display & battery backup
  • Flashlight / Night light / mini-reading lamp / touchlight
  • Binoculars (especially if you have a balcony)
  • Extension cord or power strip (to plug in all that other stuff!!!)

Clothing/Shoes/Bags/Accessories

  • Hat or visor (+ hat clips/cords)
  • Sunglasses (+ cords)
  • Umbrella & poncho or rainjacket
  • Sweater/shawl for chilly dining room
  • Water shoes, flip-flops
  • Swim goggles (snorkel gear, if you’ve got it)
  • Water bottle + carrier / insulated mug
  • Beach bag / fanny pack / mini-backpack (for shore excursions)
  • Small collapsible cooler for keeping drinks cool at the beach

Extra folding bag for return packing with souvenirs! (or pack two suitcases inside each other) + bubble wrap for delicate objects

  • Over-the-door shoe organizer w/clear pockets (for bathroom stuff) + plastic suction hooks

Household / Cabin / Food Items

  • Safety pins / sewing kit (w/small scissors) / Scotch tape / fun-tak
  • Duct tape (recently used it to repair a broken suitcase)
  • bungee cord (to hold open balcony doors or use as extra drying cord)
  • Clothespins
  • Coil water boiler / drip coffee filter & cones + coffee (if you just gotta have your own…)
  • Snacks & water / soda / wine for in-cabin consumption (can re-use water bottles onboard)
  • Ziploc bags (all sizes)
  • Pop-up mesh laundry hamper (or use pillowcases)
  • Some people like to bring their own pillow! (or at least pillowcase)
  • Extra (wire) hangers; multi-skirt/pant hangers
  • Door/cabin decorations (if you’re so inclined…) (cruise critic magnet, anyone?)
  • For transporting food and drinks from buffet to your cabin and/or storing juice in room: plastic tray, locking covered dishes, plastic covered pitcher and/or large (insulated) travel mugs.
  • Bubbles to blow for sailaway!

Medical/Health/Personal Care/Travel Stuff

  • Prescription medication in original containers
  • Vitamins and other health-related items.
  • Extra prescription eyeglasses and/or contact lenses (in case originals get damaged/lost)
  • Sunscreen (pack lots -- it’s sure to be cheaper than onboard or in port) + sunburn coolers
  • First Aid Kit (Bandaids, Bactine/Neosporin/hydrocortisone (anti-itch), Aspirin/Tylenol/Advil, cold remedies/nasal sprays, Dramamine/Bonine, Tums/Pepto/Immodium, hydrogen peroxide, etc.)
  • Moleskin/footpads/baby powder/ache-relieving gel (for those sore feet…)
  • Febreeze or other air freshener / PLUG-IN air freshener (with fan)
  • Woolite / Tide-to-go / laundry supplies (if there is self-service laundry)
  • Wrinkle-release spray (or travel steamer; DO NOT pack an iron – illegal, and there’s one in the laundry room on Princess anyway… or pay half the cleaning charge to have an item ironed)
  • Lysol or other cleaning wipes (wipe that TV remote and phone headset!!)
  • Hand Sanitizer; Antibacterial/antiviral gel/wipes
  • Airborne / Pepto / other disease prevention meds (take before traveling with crowds)
  • Travel neck pillow / earplugs / eyeshade for sleeping + soft “airplane” socks
  • Insect repellant / Sting-eze or Caladryl (to soothe bugbites)
    * DEODORANT (Yes, this should be on your toiletries list, but believe me, you don’t want to forget it any more than your toothbrush… plus it’s harder and more expensive to replace onboard or in foreign ports) Toiletries/Personal items
    * Chapstick
    * Deodorant
    * Body/Hand Lotion/Mosturizer
    * Hair brush / comb
    * Hair dryer (if the in-cabin one isn’t strong enough for you)
    * Curling iron, Hair clips/curlers, Hair styling products (spray, gel, pomade, mousse, etc.)
    * Hair accessories (hairbands, ponytail holders, clips, etc.)
    * Cosmetics & makeup remover
    (Lipstick, lipliner, foundation, blush, eyeliner, mascara, eyeshadow, brow pencil, nail polish)
    * Cotton balls & Q-tips; travel-size tissue pack; Handkerchiefs
    * Tweezers; Manicure set - nail file, emery board, scissors, clippers, cuticle nipper, pusher, etc.
    * Ear plugs (for sleeping… swimming… loud music clubs!) ; Aqua ear drops (for swimmer’s ear) § Shampoo & conditioner (plus any other hair treatments, color touch-up, etc.)
    * Toothbrush & toothpaste + Mouthwash + Dental Floss (other mouth care items, toothpicks, etc.)
    * Contact lenses & solution; Eye drops
    * Perfume & cologne (Aftershave for men)
    * Skin care products (cleanser, toner, moisturizer, mask, scrub, etc.)
    * Razor & blades + Shaving cream (or Electric razor)
    * UNDERWEAR!! (Just added this one thanks to recent CC post)

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Hi Happyaussies

Thanks so much for that. I have emailed you with my address. It will be much appreciated if you email it to me. Thanks Trisha

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Re: DUCT TAPE v SPORTS TAPE

I have seen a lot of mention of duct tape (and then people saying how they took it and never used it - of course its something you will only use IF there is a problem and lets face it, we never know when there is gonna be a problem. When you've got it though AND need it, its irreplaceable however).

 

However, instead of duct tape, I take a roll of sticky sports strapping tape. We have used this for 1)strapping an injured rolled ankle (its VERY supportive) 2) strapping together a deep cut on the bottom of a foot which was injured on coral (after flushing it out thoroughly of course and treated with antibacterial stuff), 3) taping up broken luggage 4) holding anything else together or in place - we used it one time to strap together a sandel that had come apart and there would have been no other way to keep the sandel operational for the duration of the holiday. its GREAT stuff and so versatile :)

 

I would imagine it would also be great for holding balcony doors/drawers & cupboards in place when ship is in rough weather.

 

If I leave it behind, you can guarantee that is the one time i WILL need it:o

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wow i read through this whole forum hahaha 3 hours later but thanks for some real good ideas there i really like the one about the fuel card holder so you dont have to have the lanyard round your neck cause that irritates me too!

 

Thanks again guys!

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I reckon you really do need Glen 20.:eek: It saves you being sick because the rooms are all shut the germs havent gotten out from past passengers and I always spray - just in case :D

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Small rope/clothesline & pins. There is one in shower, but must remove clothes to shower. I tie my stuff on balcony chairs to dry. If going to a tropical place, take bug repellant (best is the individual towelettes); transderm patches (if you have tendency for motion sickness); walkie talkies - to communicate w/ others...cell phones either don't work or are expensive. Blow dryer, ones on most ships are very weak. Small folding hamper, if free laundry (platinum). Small baggy of soap in case you must wash something before returning, plus tide pen or shout wipes to pre-treat stains. Hair Conditioner (only have shampoo on mosts ships); $1 stapler or tape (if you put cruise tags on luggage before flying to port, they sometimes fall off - so we either tape or staple them on when we get to port). If going with a group, I make signs for each cabin door so it is easier to find other's rooms. A few bandages, SPF lip balm, cough drops or cold pills, & a small assortment of meds. Small collapsible soft-sided cooler to put drinks in. Electrical power strip. Memory cards, sunscreen, ear plugs, plastic bags (for taking wet clothing home). Cheap ponchos.

Always take a change of clothes, meds, jewelry & any valuables in your carry-on. Also, have ALL cruise documents with you, as well as important other documents. Try to stick to a couple of colors that can be mixed or matched.

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Twice they really did a job on our suitcase(s): The duct tape held them together for our return flight: At the last cruise critic meeting; for a guys gift under $10; We gave a pkg of LLbean duct tape; It said made in Canada rather than China: khc frm Maine:

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When packing your snorkle gear, I suggest you leave the flippers at home. They take up a lot of room and really aren't necessary. My wife and I take our gear and wear our beach/water shoes and find them to be quite adequate for the type of gentle snorkling we do.

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Thank you to those who did up the packing list. You had some things on there that I would not have thought of taking with me. Like the Power Strip for charging batteries for camera/video recorder and MP3 player. I always pack my aqua shoes with me when I go on cruises. I never know when I will be at a beach or to even wear them up to the pool on the ship.

 

One of the items that I learned to take with me after my first cruise is a travel mug for my morning coffee. I had more coffee spilled on me or my tray on my first cruise than I would have liked from the rocking or people not paying attention to what they were doing. So I started bringing a travel mug with me. I have had so many people stop and ask me where I got my mug, I told them that I brought it with me and use it because I got tired of wearing the coffee. I would see some of them later on with travel mugs that they bought as souviners and using them. They all would tell me thank you because they would never would have thought of that. Plus you get more coffee in a travel mug than you do in one from the ship. The staff is nice enough that they will fill it for you with a carafe (because they don't fit under the machine).

 

I also take blank note cards with envelopes to write out thank you's to the staff when you give them their tips along with Hershey Kiss's that I bring with me straight from Hershey's Chocolate World in Hershey, PA. They always are excited to recieve this type of thank you because it is something that makes them feel special.

 

I am getting ready to head to Hawaii in August for the first time. Can't wait to go since I will be celebrating a milestone birthday a little late but it is worth it.

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I would not bring a huge roll but it does come in handy! We went to Italy a few years ago and the rough cobblestone streets broke a new suitcase-duct tape to the rescue! It holds practically anything together.

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If you are going to have an inside cabin, take a couple of light sticks, the plastic kind that glow when you bend them. If you hang them on the bathroom door handle, it will be a guide to help find the bathroom without disturbing everyone else. You haven't seen dark until you are in a inside cabin at night!

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If you are going to have an inside cabin, take a couple of light sticks, the plastic kind that glow when you bend them. If you hang them on the bathroom door handle, it will be a guide to help find the bathroom without disturbing everyone else. You haven't seen dark until you are in a inside cabin at night!

 

We take a kids night light to plug in to the power socket, or if not that then leave the bathroom light on, it's amazing how much light comes through a slightly open door or even a closed one!!

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One thing to remember though is that it also works when you return.:( Sailing into Sydney it picks up a signal at about 2-30 am :eek: and then all your messages start to arrive at about 1 minute intervals:mad: . I learnt that through experience.

<spurts hot chocolate all over the screen>

 

Hadn't thought of that - all our previous travel's been by plane ... I can just see it in my mind's eye :-)

 

<still chortling at the thought...>

 

Gra

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Great list...not sure what you would do with the lanyard or torch...welding? soldering? TSA even takes lighters away. The hand gel is Purel or similar; everyplace including Dollar Tree has bottles of various sizes...it's the stuff that Holland American has Everywhere!

I add a mesh hamper (folds flat about 1' square, but pops out to abour 2 1/2" tall by 1 foot square)...since it's mesh, it can be put in the corner of the cabin and laundry that's well aired doesn't smell like it would in the closet. On another thread someone suggested a hanging shoe bag for the bathroom door...I'm packing it for our 30 day HAL cruise to Hawaii and the Marguesas...I'm even making labels for some of the stuff I know will go in it that I want handy but not man-handled by the crew or out on the sink.

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Great list...not sure what you would do with the lanyard or torch...welding? soldering? TSA even takes lighters away. The hand gel is Purel or similar; everyplace including Dollar Tree has bottles of various sizes...it's the stuff that Holland American has Everywhere!

I add a mesh hamper (folds flat about 1' square, but pops out to abour 2 1/2" tall by 1 foot square)...since it's mesh, it can be put in the corner of the cabin and laundry that's well aired doesn't smell like it would in the closet. On another thread someone suggested a hanging shoe bag for the bathroom door...I'm packing it for our 30 day HAL cruise to Hawaii and the Marguesas...I'm even making labels for some of the stuff I know will go in it that I want handy but not man-handled by the crew or out on the sink.

The torch--I have no clue, LOL...but the lanyard is good if you want to carry your room key/Seapass card around w/you...

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Great list...not sure what you would do with the lanyard or torch...welding? soldering? TSA even takes lighters away. The hand gel is Purel or similar; everyplace including Dollar Tree has bottles of various sizes...it's the stuff that Holland American has Everywhere!

I add a mesh hamper (folds flat about 1' square, but pops out to abour 2 1/2" tall by 1 foot square)...since it's mesh, it can be put in the corner of the cabin and laundry that's well aired doesn't smell like it would in the closet. On another thread someone suggested a hanging shoe bag for the bathroom door...I'm packing it for our 30 day HAL cruise to Hawaii and the Marguesas...I'm even making labels for some of the stuff I know will go in it that I want handy but not man-handled by the crew or out on the sink.

Two countries separated by a common language! A "torch" would be a flashlight on the American side of the pond. :)

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A roll of duct tape is also very handy for emergency repairs to luggage, securing duty free or other purchases and even repairing a loose hem or cuff on clothes.

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Some great packing tips here.. thanks everyone. We've only been on one cruise and I made a sign for our cabin door... made finding the right door easy, even after a great night out!

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DUCT tape is a strong tape used a lot in industry. Commonly grey in colour

DUCK tape is a brand name for the tape (I think) we are discussing here. This style of tape can easily have strips ripped off using your hands (No need for scissors). but is excellent for repairs to various travel goods, including broken suitcases...

 

Well, there ya go. You learn something new every day.

I thought 'duck' was the name people used when they were grammatically challenged :D

 

BTW I'm finding these threads really helpful, preparing for our FIRST EVER CRUISE IN AUGUST!! :):)

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Here is a good packing tip, if traveling on P&O, pack at least one good quality toilet roll, you could say what they provide is a little ruff ruff.

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Save up those little red moist hand wipe towels you get at KFC and keep a couple in your pocket while walking around those hot and humid Ilses, they make a nice refreshing face wipe, I always ask for extras when in the shop.

 

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Hello everyone. This (so far) is my complied packing list. In some cases it could be specific to me, since I am a female cruiser. I recommend checking out cruisediva dot com for more packing lists and tons of helpful tips/tricks for new cruisers! (Men's/kid's packing lists on there as well!)

 

This might be helpful for you to copy and print out if you desire and tweak it where needed. :) PS I'm pretty OCD so you may notice that! I described a few things on my list so you know why i'm bringing them too. I am sailing through NCL Epic so there's a few hints at the bottom for those who are also on NCL.

 

 

I hope this helps and feel free to let me know if i've missed anything!

 

To do before vacation:

Copy Birth Certificates and ID's (we are not bringing passports) also copy an extra set to leave with someone back home

Download spotify playlists/music to listen to

Make sure bills are paid

Check for room upgrade?

Get food/leave money for housesitter

Save emergency numbers to bring, etc.

Make emergency list for housesitter

Clean house for housesitter

Print luggage tags for embarkation and laminate with packing tape so they don't rip

 

THURSDAY:

Car cleaned out

Contact bank/credit card and let them know you're leaving the country

Check weather for drive and flight

 

FRIDAY:

Book excursions or restaurants by TODAY

Start taking Bonine/Drammamine

 

SATURDAY:

Check in with airline and print boarding tickets

Check in online at NCL/make sure to print boarding docs if not done so already

Pedicures/nails done (cheaper to do before the ship I think!)

Take pics of luggage (in case they get lost)

 

(SUNDAY we leave for our cruise!!!)

 

Clothes to Pack:

9-10 pairs of underwear

bras

shorts

dresses

beach pants

White dress for white hot party

Socks

swim cover up

extra swim suit

jewelry

purse

robe or nightgown

Shoes: Dressy sandals, flip flops, water shoes and tennis shoes

 

Other Things To Pack:

Luggage tags?

zip ties for luggage (so sticky fingered baggage handlers cant unzip your bags)

zip locks with cash for each day

Sea bands for seasickness

Mini Lysol wipes (wipe down remotes and door handles etc)

Prescription eyeglasses

Headbands

business cards (to hand out when making connections with people!)

Hair ties

Vitamins

Sticky notes

Bobby pins

Air freshener for bathroom

Extension cord

Insulated drinking cup with lid/straw and or/coffee mug

Emergency bag: Band aids, pepto-bismol, tums, bonine, aspirin

Hand sanitizer

Face cleanser wipes

Room speaker with charger

duct tape (people always say you need it)

5hr energy (These things are like gold when you want to stay up after laying in the sun all day)

Earplugs

Sunscreen

Tanning lotion or oil

Aloe

Baby powder (for getting sand off your feet at the beach)

Makeup

backpack (comes in handy for excursions)

bag for dirty clothes

blowdryer

power strip, extension cord (usually not enough plugs to charge all your electronics)

hilighters (to hilight what you want to do each day)

regular tape and magnets (door cabins are magnetic)

watch

ziplock bags

bug spray-- sometimes needed at night if you're sitting up on the deck by a large light

cash

water bottle-ships water is reverse osmosis-SAVE money and dont buy their bottled water! We bought a 24 pack last time and barely made it through 10.

Door decorating stuff to help you find your cabin door, gel clings work great :)

 

makeup remover/facial cleanser

freshener/moisturizer

cotton balls/q-tips

toothbrush/toothpaste/mouthwash/floss

perfume/body & hand lotions

deodorant

shampoo/conditioner/gel/hair spray (non-aerosol)

brushes/combs

bobby pins/clips/bows/hair bands

hair dryer/curling iron/shower cap

caps/visors

Zip-Lock bags/garbage bags for wet stuff

contact lens supplies

nail file and buffer/nail clippers & scissors

tweezers

razor/shaving accessories

 

Carry On Bag

Mini sunscreen

Pen

Beads/leis for sail-away :)

Lanyards (you can get on ebay-perfect for holding your room key that you will need for everything)

Bathing Suit

Sunglasses

Glasses, contact case

Gum

Headphones

airplane neck pillow?

Phone charger

Change of clothes

Reading material?

Lotto tickets (to scratch off on plane!)

ID/cash/important documents

medications

 

HINTS:

*Room service is FREE from 5am until 12midnight

*You can load up to $300 cash onto each room key

TIP: "We always put our itinerary outside, as well as inside our luggage. To do this, I type up the itinerary, reduce it, and tuck it into the luggage tag, behind our identification. We always make sure our address and itinerary are taped to the inside as well. I have heard that many times lost luggage is forever lost because of no identification on the bag. Tags do come off."

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I always pack a highlighter to mark what you want to do on the daily news and I pack bingo texters/dabbers.

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I find " over the door hangers" invaluable , especially in the bathroom for your vanity bag etc.. And in the cabin for scarves and handbags etc.

Some fridge magnets to put on the walls to hold the newsletters and tickets from the ship.

I also found online ( Wish.com) these small plastic thingo"s that fit toothbrushes and paste and a second one for mascara, brushes and pencil lipsticks..

They just stick onto the tiled walls or glass with the little suction caps that ACTUALLY work.

This saves stuff piling up on the bathroom benches and at $2.00 , disposable.

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Just back from a 5 night on Carnival Paradise. We hadn't cruised in over 10 years so this thread was invaluable.

Best things we brought: non-surge protector extension cords, over door shoe hangar for odds and ends.

Didn't bring but wish I had: lanyards. Paying $8 each onboard was overpriced but obviously not going to break the bank.

Didn't need: small fan for room. AC worked fine.

 

Thanks to everyone who contributed to this thread!

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