Chances are, that you’re rooming with at least one other person in your cruise cabin. Staterooms are significantly smaller than hotel rooms and can get tight. Fortunately, there are Cruise Hacks to making the most of this space.
You’ll find that you’re provided very few clothes hangers. Closets typically come equipped with less than 15 hangers for two people.
Throughout the week, you have lots of activities! From formal night to port excursions, each require a specific set of cruise wear.
You’ll also find that your drawer space is significantly limited. Make sure to take advantage of the vertical storage space you’re give with your closet! We typically hang everything that we can… t-shirts, suits, pants, tank tops, and even ties.
While it’s a great idea to hang everything in your cruise closet, you won’t be able to without hangers!
This set of clothes hangers is the perfect solution. They’re very thin so as to pack easily in your suitcase. And, they’re cheap, so you won’t feel guilty if you decide to leave them behind at the end of your cruise.
The material is a galvanized metal and very similar to those used by professional dry cleaners. Here’s some specific attributes for your new hangers.
- galvanized metal
- 20 total count
- 13 gauge strong (2.337 mm)
- shiny silver finish
- 16 inches wide
- rounded hook end
These clothes hangers, combined with your cruise cabin laundry bag, will keep you super organized throughout the week.
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