You will be living on a boat. That means, you should pack very light. A soft-sided carry on is ideal if you can swing it!
- Former guests say even though they brought very little, it was still too much! You can do laundry if needed, and the dolphins don’t care if they see you in the same outfits!
- Loose, lightweight, breathable, easy fabrics that dry quick are best (avoid denim and heavy cotton)
- Swimsuits & coverups, 2 pair of shorts, summer dress, 3-4 tees
- Depending on the time of year, packing layers is a good idea – a long sleeve shirt or fleece
- Comfy clothes to lounge around in throughout the day (e.g. yoga pants, sweats, leggings)
- 1 nicer outfit/shirt to go out in the evening or while on shore/in port – wrinkle resistant ideal, collared shirt for the guys
- 1-2 hats (ideally something with a strap, so you don’t lose it in the wind – Neptune already has more baseball hats and sunglasses than he needs!)
- 1-3 pair of shoes: non marking, non skid soled shoes (e.g. light weight tennis shoes or treaded sandals), shoes you can get wet/flip flops for marina showers, hiking shoes/sandals, and something to wear to a nicer dinner. We don’t recommend going barefoot on the boat when it’s moving, but feel free to be barefoot while lounging. Inside the boat, we ask you to remove your shoes.
- Personal items (e.g. chapstick, toothbrush, moisturizer w/ sunscreen)
- Duffels or backpacks are ideal, something compressible/malleable to fold into smaller spaces
- Small tote or dry bag for marina showers, dinghy-ing to a shore destination, keeping your phone/camera safe, going on land adventures, etc. are better than a bulky purse
- Motion sickness meds, patches and sea bands if you get sea sick
- Downloaded music that can be played on bluetooth without wifi
- Books/Kindle and/or magazines
- Puzzle books or other non-wifi entertainment vehicles (we have games and cards on board)
THINGS TO LEAVE AT HOME:
- Sunscreen, soap, shampoo, bug spray, towels, jackets, life jackets, binoculars, other extras you may have forgotten
- Basic medicine/first aid
- Solar charger or external battery (we have iPhone/solar chargers on board)
- Goggles/snorkel gear
- Makeup, curling irons, hair dryers, heeled shoes, big purses, lots of jewelry