Heading on a cruise soon? What can you find inside a cabin? Here are six handy things in a cruise ship cabin, you may find on your next cruise.
These tips are helpful for first time cruisers or there maybe a few new ones you never knew.
There are some handy things in most cruise ship cabins that you may not know about. Things that will make your packing lighter and things that make your vacation easier.
After coming home from my latest cruise on the MSC Splendida, I realised I had never written about handy things inside a cabin and completely took these things for granted.
These little tips can really help you whether it is your first cruise, second or if you have not been onboard a cruise ship for a while.
These are the questions your travel agent may not be able to answer.
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Handy Things in a Cruise Ship Cabin
In most cruise ship cabins there is a hairdryer in the cabin. Normally it is stored in a draw in the vanity unit/desk area or it could be attached to the wall.
2. Shower Gel & Shampoo
Some ships have installed on the shower wall a shower gel and shampoo dispenser, so you don’t need to bring your own onboard. While other cruise lines may have the mini bottles of shampoo, conditioner, shower gel and body lotion.
3. Washing Line
In the shower cubicle on most cruise ships there is a washing line that pulls out. This is very handy to hang up your swimsuits to dry.
6 Handy Things in a Cruise Ship Cabin
4. Bottle Opener
There may be a bottle opener on the bathroom wall. This might be useful if you are drinking in the cabin bottles of beer or soda.
5. Magnetic Walls
The walls in the cabin are magnetic. You can either bring or buy magnets to stick on the wall or bring magnet hooks if you like to hang items up in your cabin like handbags, jewellery, hats, etc.
6. Plug Sockets
The plug sockets on most cruise ships are 110V and 220V, so you can bring North American and European electricals or adapters. You may even find USB sockets to on some ships.
Handy Things in a Cruise Ship Cabin – Bonus Tips
Usually when you arrive onboard there are not many clothes hangers in the closet, ask you cabin steward for extra hangers as soon as you meet them.
This is a tip for the Brits – There are no kettles in the cabin to make tea. So make use of room service or bring drinks down from the bar or buffet.
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