Following is the recommended list of items to bring for a Sailing Trip with us. Please pack as light as possible as space is limited on the boats.
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Soft Sided Luggage - (storage space is limited)
Sleeping Bag & Pillow
Appropriate Sleeping Apparel - (you might be sharing a cabin with Someone New!!)
Washing Items: Towels / Washcloths, Shower Shoes, and a Bag to take Change of Clothes to the Washrooms
Toiletries: Shampoo, Lotion, Toothbrush, Deordorant, etc
Flashlight with batteries
Jacket - For Rain, Cool Or Cold Weather
Sweats and Shorts - (layer and be prepared for all weather)
Hat Or Sun Visor
Hat Keeper - (ie, string to hold hat from blowing off)
Bathing Suit and Towel
Sunscreen (year round), Lip Balm with SPF, & Something for Sun Burns
Sun Glasses and strap (to keep from falling off)
Sailing Gloves, to use when working on the Boat (bike gloves work well)
Boat Shoes - No Black Soles/Heels (scuffing)...Tennis Shoes OK if White Soles
Extra Shoes, in case one pair gets wet
Day & Evening Clothing appropriate to planned trip activities
Disposable, weather-proof camera
Personal Items - Medicine and Medical
Back-Up Glasses / Contacts, with Eye Glass Strap for Safety
Ear Plugs - in case someone snores or the band is too loud
Breath Right Strips - for those who do the snoring
Motion Sickness medication
Wristbands, Patches, Antacids, Aspirin, Allergy Meds, etc.
ALL Medications you personally require, in sufficient supply
Provisions - Food & Drink
The Crew on each boat decides what they want to do regarding food and drinks for their boat.
The crew can purchase soda and snacks as a group and split the cost, or it can all be done individually.
This decision should be made before the trip so everyone can plan appropriately.
1) On most San Diego trips, everyone buys food from the deli for breakfast and lunch, then all the boats get together for dinner Saturday night.
2) Bottled Water - Be sure to purchase bottled drinking water for your boat. Water in the boat's tanks is for washing and cooking only, and is usually not good enough to drink.
3) Special dietary requirements are the responsibility of the individual person.
4) BYOB - Beer, wine, and spirits are the responsibility of each person.
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