Jeanette Bunn and Travel To Go Scam Watch Present Essential Items For A Cruise

Jeanette Bunn and Travel To Go Scam Watch are pleased to bring you an article on how to pack for a cruise. And remember, Travel To Go Complaints Board is here to assist.

Jeanette Bunn and Travel To Go understand that packing for a vacation is often the worst part of any trip. Travel To Go Reviews has learned over the years that having a good packing list is not only essential, but it can make the process a lot easier and faster. And please note that the lists below are comprehensive lists of suggestions. You will want to review them and modify them for your own wants and needs. Also, remember that Travel To Go Scam Watch and Travel To Go Complaints Board are here to assist if you have any questions about possible vacation scams.

 Essential Items:

small first aid kit
small flashlight
small travel alarm clock – battery operated
small umbrella
sports gear (e.g. snorkeling gear)
sun screen/sun block and chapstick
sunglasses
vaccination certificate (if required)
walkman or MP3 player
wallet and fanny pack
watch
zip loc bags of all sizes and garbage/laundry bags
sewing kit and scissors (pack in checked luggage)
rubbing alcohol or foot lotion for soothing tired, hot feet
reading material – books to read while lounging by the pool
prescription drugs and any other essential medications in carryon bag
pre-paid phone card
PDA and charger
passports and visas (if necessary) or proof of citizenship (check with your cruise line for requirements)
night light
foreign language phrase book or dictionary
glasses, contacts, contacts cleaner
guidebooks and other port of call information
hand lotion
handi-wipes
hats/caps/visors
home and email addresses of friends/relatives back home – for sending postcards, emails, or gifts
insulated large coffee mugs
journal or notebook and pen/pencil
laptop computer
maps
medical insurance cards and medical history (especially if traveling alone)
extra reading glasses
extra plastic cable-lock ties for securing luggage for return trip (better than locks, but one-time use only)
extra memory cards for digital camera
extra film (don’t put undeveloped film in checked luggage)
extension cord with multiple plug-ins
empty folding tote bag – for souvenirs or for use on the beach
emergency numbers at home
3 copies of airline tickets, cruise tickets, passports/visas, itinerary – pack 1 copy in carry on, 1 copy in checked luggage, and leave one copy with someone at home
a form of picture ID if you don’t take driver’s license
airline tickets or e-ticket confirmation
batteries for any items requiring them such as digital cameras
battery charger
binoculars
bug spray
business cards to give out to new friends
cash or traveler’s checks (be sure to keep traveler’s checks receipt in separate location)
cell phone and charger
contact numbers to report lost/stolen credit cards or traveler’s checks
corkscrew (be sure to put in checked luggage)
credit cards – be sure to call credit card companies before traveling to alert them you are traveling outside your normal area ATM card
cruise documents
currency conversion chart
digital camera and manual
disposable underwater camera – for snorkeling or beach days
driver’s license and auto insurance card – in case you decide to rent a car when ashore
ear plugs

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