Actually, rolling your clothes with tissue paper on top works best. I tried that once and it worked well. If you still have wrinkles, just turn the hot water on in your cabin shower with the bathroom door closed and let it fill up with steam. Hang your clothes in there for a few minutes and they should dewrinkle.
Even better tip - don't worry about packing well, The best tip is to get your steward to iron it for you. We found it very inexpensive so I had my white dress shirts done and visited the laundry for the other shirts .
1. Remove suitcases from storage. Remark on old tags and reminise.
2. Place suitcases on Wifes side of the bedrrom.
3. Point to wardrobe and "sigh". "I guess you'll know what I'll need" "You're better at packing than me anyway"
4. Pop off to village pup for a farewell pint with the chaps returning several hours later than planned and exclaim" Oh you've packed then, I would have done it you know.
5. If anything is missing you can always buy it onboard.
The larger the suitcase the more she'll pack and remember you'll have to lug it around.
An airline weight restriction means you cut down not her and anyway "who can travel with less than 30 kgs"
If you weren't supposed to bring so much the wardrobes would be smaller!
The number of shoes packed bears no relation to the number of nights onboard.
The size of the toiletry bag again bears no relation to the number of nights onboard.
You can never judge the length of a cruise by the number of outfits packed.
Got to go as I believe my dinner is heading toward the bin, again.........
Lexxity. You'll spot my Wife from the fire emanating from her nostrils. Mine's a G+T by the way......
you're a sod! and if i didn't travel with at last 30K then how would i manage to look so gorgeous, it's not natural you know. i need dresses, shoes, the right undergarments, hairdryer, curlers/straightners (depending on the look i'm going for), make up, jewllery you men only need a suit or DJ plus shirt, shoes, underwear and bowtie/tie thats takes up only a tiny part of the suitcase so the rest is naturally, by divine womens rules, mine.
G+T in the golden lion? i'm the one with the cosmopolitan!
What do you mean this isn't how they eat onboard?
Queen Elizabeth 2 - Trans-Atlantic 2001
Queen Mary 2 - Caribbean - 2004
Queen Mary 2 - Mediterranean - 2004