What to bring? (and what not to bring!)
- 1 prints of the crew agreement- to your self.
- Documentation for your own medicine
- Visa if necessary for the islands you are gonna visit
- A home return flight ticket.
- It would be a good idea to bring different credit cards fx VISA and Mastercard.
The following list is only an idea for you. You don’t have to bring it all if you not think it is necessary.
Clothes: Choose only close you feel comfortable in.
- T-Shirts and Shorts / Dresses– Not too many, there is limited space. From experience 4-5 pieces are more than enouth.
- Bathing suits – There will be plenty of time to swim.
- 1 Long-sleeved sweater / hoodie-For the cold evenings.
- 1 pair of long pants / joggin pants
- Lightweight / loose blouse / shirt – to protect you from the sun.
- 1 windproof jacket – You are probably travel with a jacket when you fly.
Shoes: Most of the time we are barefoot on the boat.
- Special sailing/deck shoes – we do not wear shoes on board that are used ashore. If you need to wear shoes they MUST have a white sole and must not be used ashore.
- Hiking shoes+ sandals or flipflops
- Lightweight collapsible bag/rucksack – there is no storage space for solid sided luggage.
- Sun-protection screen – the sun is strong at sea and the water reflects the sun rays.
- Toilet utensils
- Seasickness pills – there can be rough weather at times.
- Hiking bag/ daily use bag
- Hat – protect your head.
- Sunglasses – protect your eyes.
- Beach towel – for use off the boat.
- Towel – 1 or 2 – for use on the boat. (we also have a few onboard)
You will not need to bring:
- Bed sheets- is available onboard
- Lifejackets and safety harness- is available onboard.
Do not pack clothes for each day of a month. It will be possible to wash along the way.
Do not bring:
Solid sided luggage or any non collapsible wheeled bags.
Storage space is very limited in the cabins so if your empty luggage cannot be rolled up and stored in the bottom of the hanging locker, then you have to throw it away.