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For those going on any of our cruises, here is a tip on what medicine to take with you.

The following is just a suggestion. Consult your Doctor first. The items listed are over-the-counter.

For Nausea- Emetrol If you go to the Doctor on the ship with intestinal issues, you may get quarantined. Take the Emetrol for relief of nausea due to upset stomach from intestinal flu, stomach flu and food or drink indiscretions.

For motion sickness: Bonine. It does not make you sleepy, you can take it with alcohol without difficulty and it works in about 30 minutes. Take it only when you feel you need it. Do not do the “Patch” or Dramamine as they both will make your drowsy and with alcohol, will knock you out. They are both long lasting.

Bonine----All Day Protection. Meclizine Hydrochloride - Antiemetic. The Once-A-Day Travel Tablet.

  • Prevents Motion Sickness.
  • Causes Less Drowsiness.

Bonine works up to 4 times longer and causes less drowsiness than original dramamine. Bonine protects travelers against air, sea and car sickness for up to 24 hours. Available in a convenient chewable tablet, Bonine can be taken without liquids - anytime, anywhere. Both items are available across the counter at your drug store.

 

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WHAT DO I WEAR ON A CRUISE??

Guests will need three types of clothing on their cruise: casual shipboard attire or day wear, conservative port wear and evening wear.

Day wear includes slacks or pants, blouses or shirts, knit tops or polo shirts. Guests should bring a pair of sneakers or rubber-soled shoes for deck sports and a swimsuit cover-up for cool areas on the ship.

Port wear for women includes a casual dress, skirt and blouse, or pants outfit; for men, casual pants or walking shorts (for warmer days) and polo-type shirts. Comfortable walking shoes are a must.

On cruises to Alaska or Northern Europe, nights on deck can be cool, so bring sweaters, jackets and lightweight windbreakers. We recommend bringing a raincoat, hiking shoes and a travel umbrella.

It is always wise to dress conservatively when visiting the museums and cathedrals of Europe (i.e., a dress that covers the knees or long pants; sleeveless tops and shorts are not allowed). Bermuda is also conservative, so guests should reserve swimsuits, tank tops, etc., for the beach. For more guidance, please advise your clients to attend the port lectures on board.

For Bermuda, Caribbean, Europe (Mediterranean), Hawaii, South America and Trans-canal cruises, remind clients to bring extra bathing suits, as well as sunblock, sun visors and other types of sun protection.

Clothing recommendation for those guests traveling on a Cruisetour is very similar. Dinner wear while on the land portion of Cruisetours requires business casual dress. Shorts and tennis shoes are frowned upon in most restaurants in Europe.

Evening wear should be planned for according to the following evening dress schedule:

CRUISE LENGTH
CASUAL NIGHT(S)
SMART-CASUAL NIGHT(S)
FORMAL NIGHT(S)
3-NIGHTS
1
1
1
4-NIGHTS
2
1
1
5-NIGHTS
3
1
1
7-NIGHTS
4
1
2
10-NIGHTS
6
2
2
11-NIGHTS
7
2
2
13-NIGHTS
8
2
3
14-NIGHTS
7
4
3
16-NIGHTS
11
2
3

Casual Nights
Men - Sport Shirt and Slacks
Women - Pantsuit, Skirt and Blouse or Casual Dress

Smart-Casual Nights
Men - Jacket, Shirt and Tie
Women - Suit or Dress

Formal Nights
Men - Tuxedos or Suit and Tie
Women - Evening Gown or Cocktail Dress

Note: Evening attire is subject to change and may vary by ship. Weather or itinerary changes may alter this schedule.

There is no baggage limitation aboard ship. Air Arrangements guests are usually allowed two pieces of checked luggage (not including oversize bags and sports equipment, such as golf bags, water skis, scuba equipment, etc.) and a carry-on bag. Check with the carrier for specific instructions.

Important Note: Remind guests to bring along an overnight bag for their last night at sea. Stateroom attendants will collect baggage the night before departing, and a bag will be needed to carry off nightclothes, toiletries and valuable items. We like to take a folding bag with us in our luggage to carry home the gifts and other goodies that you purchase on the cruise but have no room in your luggage to place them.

If you are in an American port, Hawaii or Alaska, you can mail your gifts home to yourself to keep from having to carry them.