Cruise Packing Guide
As regular readers know, I love cruising, and have been lucky enough to enjoy several, over the years. They are a great way to relax, see the world, enjoy good food, try new things and meet people. There is just one problem, packing for a cruise is tricky. Even after doing it many times I still find it a trial, but I won’t anymore. Thanks to this handy Cruise Packing Guide by JD Williams. It really is the easiest way to make sure that you are ready for anything, regardless of the type of cruise you are planning to go on. When you follow the guidance below, you will look great regardless of whether you are enjoying an on board activity, dancing the night away, attending a formal dinner, going to the gym or taking a trip ashore. Give it a try next time you pack for a cruise; I promise you it will work!
This post is in collaboration with JD Williams
The temptation is to take too many clothes on a cruise, especially if you’re not on a fly-cruise where luggage is limited. However, it really does pay to plan ahead, though I must admit I’m usually of the ‘more is more’ school of packing!
Very handy tips, not just for cruises but many kinds of holidays 🙂
You’re right Carol, these tips are useful anytime. I just wish I could travel ‘light’. I take everything but the kitchen sink and don’t usually need half of it, but just in case …
I love infographics and this one is very handy. I’ve not been on a cruise yet but often travel abroad and always take too much 😉
Maybe this will help you to pack a little more efficiently Mary, or at least know what you COULD pack if you were so inclined 😉
That’s a nice infographics. It always the best time to explain something to be simple and interesting.
By the way, these tips are very nice and good. But, I’am Male.
Yes, I agree, infographics can be a really easy and visually attractive way to explain things.