As you get ready to sail across the Caribbean Sea, there are a few essential items you just cannot do without on the Welcome to Jamrock Reggae Cruise which sets sail on Monday, November 30. Surrounded with some of reggae’s finest artistes, a whirlwind of international cruisers and some of the best Jamaican dishes you can think of, the Welcome to Jamrock Reggae Cruise is ready to offer you an exhilarating experience at sea.
However, in order to make it the experience of a lifetime, there are a few essential items you cannot afford to leave behind.
1. Your passport
Whether boarding from a local or international port, your passport is your ticket on and off the ship. As with flying, your passport along with your boarding pass allows you access onto the ship so be sure to safely secure both items before boarding.
2. Money (whether cash/credit card)
Food, shopping for souvenirs, tips, drinks; these are just some of the things you will need money for while being on this cruise. It’s always good to have cash in hand as well as your credit card as back up. You never know when either might come in handy.
The best way to capture your memories is by making videos and taking photos. Whether it is vlogging or having a photo shoot, your camera is your next best thing along with your friends to create and capture memories to share for years to come.
4. Sun glasses
Every good outfit deserves a cool pair of sunglasses to go along with it. So whether you are at port, by the pool or even on the tennis court, be sure to pack a pair or two of sunglasses to shade your eyes from the sun in style.
You’ve been waiting for the perfect opportunity to show off your hard work at the gym, it’s now time. Take a dip in the pool, or visit the local beach nearby once the ship docks but whatever the case, for a cruise a pair or two is a must have.
6. Shorts & tank tops/t-shirts
Daytime wear should be easy and comfortable. Ditch the heavy jeans pants and oxford shirts for comfortable shorts and shirts for daytime fun. You want to be able to move about freely as well.
Represent your country while onboard as you take in some of reggae’s finest. While you’re at it, make a foreign friend or two for the next trip.
8. A friend/loved one
In order to make it more memorable, be sure to bring along a friend or loved one. Where you forget, they surely won’t because two heads are always better than one.
The two part Welcome to Jamrock Reggae Cruise is expected to depart Miami on Monday, November 30 with stops in Montego Bay, Falmouth and Ocho Rios before heading back to Miami on Thursday, December 10.