What to bring:

  • Passport
  • Cash, credit cards and an ATM card – by comparison to the US, few vendors accept cards. Both the British and US Virgin Islands use the US Dollar (smaller bills are best).
  • Swimwear & cover-ups
  • Hat
  • Sunglasses
  • Athletic shoes or trainers for active days ashore
  • Casual, quick-drying clothes for jaunts ashore (shorts, t-shirts)
  • One or two outfits for a nice dinner ashore (ladies: casual dress or shorts & blouse; men: collared shirts)
  • Light sweater or long-sleeve shirt for breezy evenings
  • Lightweight rain jacket (most often used as a windbreaker)
  • Sunscreen & after-sun creams
  • Personal toiletries & medications

Electronics: 

S/V Allende has both 110V AC power (US standard) and 12V DC power. Outlets are American-style 3 prong.

  • Splashproof containers for phones, etc.
  • Camera
  • Extra batteries or charger for your electronics
  • Kindle, iPad, magazines or books

Helpful, but not necessary:

  • A headlamp or small flashlight for dark dinghy docks
  • Snorkeling gear. We have 6 sets on board, but you may prefer your own if you already have it
  • Music! Bring a pre-loaded electronic device with headphone jack or USB cord so you have control of the soundtrack

What NOT to bring:

  • Hard-sided suitcases
  • More than what you need: Storage space is at a premium onboard and in your cabin

About Seasickness

We completely understand that some people are more susceptible to motion sickness than others. Prevention is the key, and we have more than a few tricks to help you stay happy and healthy. Let us know if you are concerned about being sick. And by all means, talk to your doctor about a prescription or other preventative measures. It’s better to have it and not need it, than to need it and not have it!

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