What Should We Avoid?

Taking a vacation on a boat is a different experience and, as such, requires us to have a certain ability to adapt in different areas. Luggage is one of them, and so we must think carefully before taking things that we will not use because then they will be a nuisance.

It is also good to avoid excess technology since energy is limited, and if each one charges his cell phone, tablet, notebook, and camera, there will be no place or generator to reach. Perhaps it is better to summarize. Remember that on a boat, less is more always!

What Shouldn’t Be Missing?

A good book! After two or three days on board, after the initial impact, each finds his place and his moments. So, think about this book that you’ve wanted to read for a while and don’t have time, because the time has come!

Sunglasses, hat or cap, sunscreen, and mosquito repellent are an essential combination on any boat trip! And seasickness pills, just in case. Prevention is better than cure.

What Suitcase To Take?

Finally, it is essential to choose the type of suitcase we are going to carry. Never, under any circumstances, bring a problematic case of large; they are the real enemy on board. In addition to scratch floors occupy the same full of emptiness, they urge to bring innumerable unnecessary things and are impossible to keep on board.

The ideal is a medium flexible bag or a backpack, as we can put our clothes on the shelves of the boat, make a bag with the bag and feel at home.

Remember that the ship is not a home, its spaces are limited, but we can move and get to know a different beach or bay every day in compensation. Just take a few minutes to plan your luggage so that it’s not a problem and we can have everything you need to enjoy an excellent boat trip.

What Do I Need To Know?

Most first-time sailors are unfamiliar with the rigging from the bow (forward) to the stern (rear). Do not worry if all the terminology seems daunting because if you participate in navigation with professional sailors, they are used to clients not knowing the language of the sea; there will usually be a qualified instructor, a skipper, an acquaintance who can help you learn new skills according to your knowledge.

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