Clothing & Layers
It's a good idea to pack several thinner layers you can easily peel off rather than one thick layer. Layers effectively allow you to make easy adjustments to varying weather and temperatures.
Our style is casual so easily layer-able shirts like polo’s, t-shirts, turtlenecks, sweaters, and sweatshirts work well, and jeans, khakis, or whatever is most comfortable for you is acceptable at any time. Temperatures can vary so pack at least one pair of shorts or convertible hiking pants for possible warm weather.
Conditions can vary dramatically, so a warm and versatile hooded rain/wind jacket, fleece, or zip-up vest, and/or casual jacket is good to have on-hand. Although unisex rain slickers are provided on board to supplement your outerwear, to guarantee the best fit, we recommend bringing your own.
Also, you may want to bring a scarf and gloves for cooler days, and a brimmed hat that protects you from the sun.
Comfortable sneakers, sturdy walking shoes, or day hikers, and a pair of warm socks are sufficient.
Bring a bathing suit for the hot tub, a small backpack (comes in handy when exploring off the boat), and sunglasses are also a good idea.
There are several binoculars on board for your use, but you may be more comfortable bringing a pair that you are already familiar with.
Remember your camera and don’t forget to pack extra memory cards or plenty of film (you’ll likely take more photos than you ever imagined), extra batteries, or your battery charger. You may want to store your camera in a waterproof case and bring heavy-gauge resealable plastic bags as extra protection for your camera and film.
Label Your Personal Items
Putting your name on personal items is always a good idea (binoculars, camera, water bottle, hat, backpack, etc.)
We provide each cabin with two robes, hair dryer, alarm clock, umbrellas, towels and toiletries (shampoo, conditioner, and bodywash).