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A carry-on question... #186651
01/09/06 09:01 AM
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Ok. On another vein, but similar to the last one I posted. We are bringing our snorkle equipment with us when we come down. Does anyone know if we will have a problem bringing a mesh bag with our fins, masks, and snorkles on the plane as a carry on? If we can I have no worries about checking any bags, if we can't I am going to have to check something. I did a trial pack this past weekend, and there is just no way I can get our snorkle equipment, clothes, beach towels, and personal items in 2 carry-on bags. The snorkle equipment, towels and bathing suits take up a whole carry-on all by themselves! Any advice is welcome!

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Re: A carry-on question... #186653
01/09/06 10:19 AM
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2 bathing suits each and 2 towels each, I don't think that is overdoing it at all. One to dry one to wear. As far as the fins go...I am not going to rent fins for my whole stay. I plan on snorkling on my own as well as taking the trips, so bringing my own just seems the logical answer to me. Plus I like mine!

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OK on two swim suits - but why dring towels at all. Where ever you are staying will have towels. I agree about the fins - I always take my own. Since there are two of you there can be four carry on bags. I can't imagine needed more.


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Re: A carry-on question... #186655
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BTW - you don't need to start a new post - you can just add to your original one like everyone else who comments. Just a thought


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Re: A carry-on question... #186656
01/09/06 11:23 AM
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Thanks for this post. I started a different post because it was a different topic than the first...I guess I could have kept it on the first one. As far as the carry-on's go...we can have 4 bags, but to the best of my knowledge they can't be 4 big bags. I thought it was one "luggage" type item and a personal bag. Am I wrong? And for a 10 day trip what is your suggestion as far as clothes go? I was thinking 5 t's, 5 tanks, pair of shorts, pair of pants, flip-flops, a couple "nicer" outfits for going out to eat (keep in mind when I say nicer I don't me real nice, but better than jean shorts and a t'shirt. Of course underware, a couple socks and suits. Is that too much?

Re: A carry-on question... #186657
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You are correct about the 2 bags - 1 luggage piece & 1 personal - I took an extremely large purse, hubby took a regular size backpack - the airlines have become very strict about weight limits so watch out w/ the luggage type bag. For 10 days, try 3 T's, 2 tanks - you'll be in your suit most of the time and probably pick up a couple of t's on the island to take home + they launder easily.
Definitely skip the towels, Banana Beach has beach towels and you can get clean ones as often as you want - I imagine most other places are the same. You're gonna love it!! smile

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lawcucui thanks for the response. Do you really think I can get away with only 5 shirts total? I have never packed that lite in my life! I am not a skinny mini either, so I am always leary about buying while away. I have contacted my resort to see if they provide towels, so if they do I will definitly skip the towels. The backback is a good idea too, I will definitly use that idea. Thanks again!

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I found myself wearing the same couple of fav tops daily just because the heat made me want to be in what was most comfortable for me - we also did laundry while there - it's true, you can get by w/ lots less than you think - we packed considerably less on our second trip! wink

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My resort said that they provide towels, so that is good. They also said they provided masks, snorkles, and fins as well. I guess if I am having that big of a problem I can jut leafve the fins at home, but I bought them for this trip and realy like them. Thanks againg for the help from everyone!

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