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a bed, stack the clothes that you think will be best for the climate you will be
cruising in, then cut the stack in half. In other words, travel light.
Pack in two small soft duffels (thereís no storage on a boat for hard luggage)
and take at least one on your flight as a carry-on, just in case there is a lost
If you wear eyeglasses, bring an extra pair and straps for both. Be sure to
bring any prescription drugs you need and check with your doctor to make sure
your medication is not sun sensitive. A good sun lotion with an SPF of at least
15 is important. Test before hand that you have no allergic reaction to it.
Bring your music, as your boat will have a CD player. Most charter boats have
hand bearing compasses, binoculars and snorkel gear. Bring yours if you have a
And donít forget:
light clothing that will provide protection from the sun & a tracksuit or warm
clothing for the evenings
polarised sunglasses (essential for seeing fringing reefs)
footwear - old pair of sneakers are ideal
broad brimmed hat
camera and film
your airline ticket and passport!
South Pacific Organiser:
personal website of travel writer David Stanley
Universal Currency Converter,
to check any Pacific exchange rate
translate any web page to French,
German, Italian, Portuguese, or Spanish
Centers for Disease Control, health information for
the South Pacific
How's the weather in
Pacific Time Zones What time is it now in Oceania?
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