The basic guideline for most trips is that the less you pack, the better. Softer baggage is suitable
for storing in-cabin lockers and is more practical aboard a boat in general. Consider what you'll be
doing on your cruise to help you pack.
You'll be swimming or sunbathing at times, and dining at a fantastic seafood restaurant at others.
What you should bring is determined by the kind of charter and the location.
Light summer attire such as shorts, blouses, skirts, hats or caps, sandals, sneakers or soft-soled
sports shoes, bathing suits, and warmer nightwear such as sweatshirts, sweaters, windbreakers,
jeans, and light trousers are some things to consider.
You may wish to go out to dinner and meet people in the evening, so more informal and even formal
attire, such as long slacks, collared shirts, and even a jacket, may be appropriate. You will be
advised of the precise goods required if you hire an adventure boat.