Stay Healthy At Sea!

Staying healthy on a cruise is challenging, but not entirely impossible. Are you planning a summer cruise trip, but already dreading the sea-sickness that you might encounter? Look no further than Cruise Safely. We provide you access to simple health safety tips for cruise traveling.

At Cruise Safely, we have the best health and wellness tips, including the supplements to carry, weight loss tips for cruise travelers, medical kit preparation, and much more! Simply read the vast health and safety content on our site, and you will never have to worry about getting sick in the middle of the ocean.
A Caribbean cruise got scary when Crab's eye nearly killed a toddler.

A two-year-old toddler nearly died after swallowing the beads from a necklace she got while on a cruise. The necklace, which she picked up from a local vendor in Montego Bay, Jamaica, is commonly known as a Crab's Eye necklace. Other common names for the...
Cruise Ship Virus Less Common Than Before

by nbcnews.com Health officials say cruise ship passengers are getting sick with a stomach bug less often. About 20 outbreaks are reported each year on ships that dock at U.S. ports, on average. Many draw media coverage. But it's becoming less common for passengers to get sick, according to figures...
P&O Pacific Eden

by Julie Power of smh.com.au Passengers aboard P&O's newly-launched cruise liner say it is anything but a Pacific Eden, with a gastrointestinal outbreak affecting a number of passengers ahead of its return to Sydney on Monday. The ship Pacific Eden, which docked in Sydney on Monday morning, has been...
Airline Hygiene Exposed

by sciencealert.com It's no surprise to anyone that aeroplanes and airports are hotspots of disease. The constant stream of people coming in and out from all parts of the world, with all kinds of illnesses, means that a whole lot of viruses and bacteria are spread during air...
First aid kits can differ from person to person.

There are a lot of things you have to remember to pack for a cruise: clothes, entertainment, toiletries and chargers, just to name a few. One item that no suitcase should be go without is a first-aid kit. The name "first-aid kit" belies the item's...
Ginger can help settle your stomach and prevent nausea on a cruise.

Seasickness is a form of motion sickness experienced by people on ships. It happens for the same reason as any kind of motion sickness - a disagreement in the signals your body sends to your brain. Your body detects motion a number of different...
Getting food poisoning on vacation can be difficult - here's how to handle it.

There's never a good time to get food poisoning, but vacation is arguably the worst possible moment. Not only do you have to deal with the sickness itself, but you also have the added stress of figuring out how it's going to affect your trip....
Sunburn isn't just painful - it represents serious damage to your skin.

Everyone knows you're supposed to wear sunscreen. Still, many people neglect this important part of their health and skincare routine. People are supposed to wear sunscreen any time they'll be in the sun, but most only put on sunscreen when they're at the pool or...
Cruise Exercises

No, you cannot use your vacation as an excuse to skip out on daily exercise! In fact, you might change your mind all together when you read that most people actually come off cruises weighing 5 to 7 pounds heavier than they were when they went on. It is...
Avoid Norovirus

by cruisehive.com You’ll always read about news of the Norovirus which has spread onboard some cruise ship which can be pretty scary especially if you don’t cruise that often or not at all. Well don’t worry because there are ways to protect yourself while onboard so you can continue...