cruise trip

How much and to whom should we tip a cruise? It is always impressive to see the number of employees whose mission is to make our cruise experience as pleasant as possible.

For cruise trip, It must be remembered that much of the salary of these people comes from tips. These people work about 10 hours a day, almost every day of the week. For several months. They, therefore, deserve a sign of appreciation of the passengers

Tips are reserved for employees who provide a service to travelers. Cabin steward, butler, butler, waiters, bar staff, spa staff, childcare, and concierge are employees. These employees wages are depended heavily on tips.

1# Adapt to Destination

The destinations where you will stop will decide what clothes you will wear. Inquire before you leave to take exactly what you need. If you are cruising in the Caribbean, you will be satisfied with “cool” clothes, you will not breach the label.

cruise-destinationIf you stop in town, you should dress a little more; Even in the middle of summer, it is not very well seen to walk bare-chested in Rome. Some cities forbid this type of “letting go” and go so far as to verbalize the vacationers in swimsuit or torso. Similarly, respect the country where you are calling.

Think of covering your shoulders and legs in the Arab world and avoid plunging necklines. It is a matter of politeness to those who welcome you.

Do not forget to plan what you want to do in stopover: the flip-flops can be very pleasant for a day of the beach but rather provide comfortable shoes for the days of the visit.

2# Leave a little room in your suitcase

Dear readers, nothing more enjoyable than coming back from holidays. This Hawaiian shirt was really irresistible, this couscous service so cheap. This Italian handbag so elegant! Shopping on holiday is a rejoicing that we would not want to deprive ourselves of.

Hawaiian-shirtSo, always make a small place to your desires in your suitcase. Better, think of bringing an extra bag that can fold back in your suitcase and that you will fill with joy on the way back.

3# Knowing how to match your clothes

If you are planning a unique outfit by day and evening. You are good at paying extra baggage or fighting with your companion. You like to share the hangers in the small wardrobe of the cabin!.

The solution: matching clothes. Choose clothes from a range of color or style that you can interchange. Trousers that blend elegantly with two or three of your little tops. Casual clothing that suits both daytimes than smart evenings. You can also use the superimposed style to adapt to different temperatures.

Casual-clothingSome jewelry, a tie, a scarf are sometimes enough to make your clothes of the city. And if you really want to have a gala, take only one. Even if there are several chic evenings. The boats are so large that you are unlikely to meet the same people twice. And even if it were to happen, apart from your companion. No one will really remember the dress you wore a few days earlier.

4# Think About The Basics

Most cabins are not equipped with alarm clocks. If you need to always have the time within sight and if you are afraid of not waking up, think about bringing an alarm clock. If you choose to use your mobile phone as an alarm clock, make sure that you can use it offline as you will mostly navigate in foreign water.

However, it is possible to program a wake-up call but I have sometimes had bad experiences with very capricious technologies.

Do not forget to bring equipment that you will not find on board. That will be available but at prohibitive prices: additional hangers, prescription drugs, battery and memory card for your camera, laptop and computer charger, Sunscreen, ear plugs, sunglasses, plastic bags to pack bottles that could sink, bag for dirty clothes.

5# Always keep documents and papers with you

Make sure you always have all the documents you need with you. Never leave them in checked baggage. Keep your passport or ID card, ID photos when necessary, and your cruise pass card handy. Thus, even if your suitcase was lost in flight, you can embark on the boat. Always ensure the validity and conformity of your travel documents: no spelling errors in your name, for example. For the newlyweds who decide to sail for their honeymoon, remember to register under the name that will appear on your papers at the time of the cruise (your name of wife or maiden).

cruise documentThus, even if your suitcase was lost in flight, you can embark on the boat. Always ensure the validity and conformity of your travel documents: no spelling errors in your name, for example. For the newlyweds who decide to sail for their honeymoon, remember to register under the name that will appear on your papers at the time of the cruise (your name of wife or maiden). Of course,

You’re ready! All you have to do is enjoy!