eas. Check with the assisted living cruise line your loved ones is on to determine if masks are a requirement. If you aren’t able to get the person, then just take several of them; after all, they do not take up a lot of spaceand there’s a chance that something will be needed, and the masks are required.
Take Care When Choosing Bags
Remember that you can only bring small suitcases and bags aboard assisted living cruise ships. You should pack luggage that is small enough to fit under your mattress. The collapsible suitcase is an excellent option for seniors who need additional space for souvenirs. This type of luggage can be used in tight spaces and, in the event of need it can be extended in order to carry more items. You can also pack them in with a small bag or the fanny pack to move on the ship as well, if the ship is docking at some place that guests are able to shop, a cloth or mesh bag could help. You will need to bring bags that are sealable for the duration of your trip. Why? Since after bathing or immersing themselves in a hot tub it is necessary to have a space to keep their swimsuits in case they spill water over the other stuff they carry in their bags.
Be careful not to overpack for an assisted living cruise. Instead, stick with a few theme colors and blend them to make them match. You may find that your loved one is able to wear casual attire in the event that they do not require a strict dress codes. Also, it is important to determine if the cruise ship offers laundry services on board If this is the case this will allow you to take fewer belongings. Also, remember to pack garments made from wrinkle-free fabric. Why? because staterooms on cruise ships aren’t equipped with irons and guests aren’t allowed to bring one aboard. There is a way to have the clothing pressed by attendant care service on the s