Having a dilemma what to pack for a cruise? Do you have an endless list of things to bring on a cruise?
Cruise packing list can seem very daunting, as you never know where to start and what to bring. Knowing the necessary items to bring on a cruise to make your trip more enjoyable, convenient and organised.
Packing for your first cruise can be stressful because of the mixed emotions of excitement and not knowing what you might need during the cruise.
There are a few must have things to pack for your cruise as suggested by fellow cruise experts. These trinkets of gadgets and travel organisers can make your life on board more organised and have more time exploring new destinations, onboard facilities and entertainment.
Keep reading to find out some of our handy essential cruise items that you will need on board.
Cruise Packing List: What To Pack For A Cruise That You Shouldn’t Forget Contents
- Presenting our cruise packing list!
- 1. Wardrobe organisers
- 2. Door Shoe organisers
- 3. Magnetic clips
- 4. Extension cables with a power surge protection
- 5. Battery operated wall lights
- 6. Travel clock
- 7. Binoculars
- 8. Power adaptors
- 9. First Aid Kit
- 10. Travel clothes washing line
- 11. Bottle protector
- 12. Poo pouri (toilet freshener)
- 13. Travel towels
- 14. Dry Bags
- 15. Aloe Gels and Sunblock
- 16. Motion sickness tablets or wrist bands
- 17. Towel Clips
- 18. Refillable water bottle
- 19. Corkscrew
- 20. Small portable fan
Presenting our cruise packing list!
These are things to pack for a cruise that will make your trip more enjoyable!
1. Wardrobe organisers
As it says in the tin, wardrobe organisers typically hang from inside your closet.
Just to create a little more organisations and space for your little trinkets and undergarments.
Some cruise ships don’t have a big wardrobe, and if you are cruising for 2 weeks or more organising your clothes can be a task itself so taking one of these can create a little more space for you.
2. Door Shoe organisers
These fantastic shoe organisers are not only made for shoes.
You can also have this as your organisers for your other loose trinkets, jewellery and other toiletries or cosmetics.
The brilliant thing about this is you can hang it pretty much everywhere and it doesn’t take much room either in your suitcase.
3. Magnetic clips
Handy little magnetic clips to help you to organise all the important paper, tickets and itineraries that you might need for the day or the duration of your cruise.
The cabin walls are typically made of metal so you can easily stick them on any wall.
4. Extension cables with a power surge protection
With all the gadgets that we have nowadays to capture amazing moments during our cruise.
It is important that we have enough power sockets to charge our gadgets.
Most of the time cabins only have 1 or 2 available sockets, hence bringing an extension cable with power surge protection is a must!
Some cruise ship will only allow extension cables with power surge protection, safety first!
As a photographer and blogger, I always bring a small portable wall extension cables with a power surge protection.
5. Battery operated wall lights
These little battey operated wall lights will help you to light your way in case you need to go to the loo in the middle of the night.
Saving you turning on the light that can potentially disturb your other roommates.