Cruising can be a ton of fun for everyone in your family. It’s often easy on the budget and I think it’s an efficient way to see new countries you’ve never visited before. I frequently cruise with my family in Europe and the Caribbean for these reasons alone. In fact, I was able to go on a cruise to see Norwegian fjords with my family for under $7,000 including airfare. But before you head to the port for your first cruise, you’ll need to pack strategically to save space, money, and your own sanity. Bringing a hat to help protect your skin is smart, but they can also be a pain to carry around on port days or pack in your luggage. This leather clip lets you carry your hat on the outside of your tote bag or suitcase so you’re not stuck holding it all day long. I know what you’re thinking — there is absolutely no way your cabin will fit a checked suitcase or even a carry-on. But the Biaggi luggage folds down into its own carrying pouch that’ll fit inside a standard drawer. The nylon is thin and packable, but quite sturdy, and there are two different sizes for a carry-on and checked bag. This luggage is perfect for cruising since space in y...