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.
Chikungunya Virus

by Nick and Dariece of travelpulse.com Last year during the Ebola virus scare, there was another epidemic terrorizing the Caribbean, but its severity was somewhat overshadowed by Africa's deadly plague. This doesn't mean that Chikungunya (aka Chik-V) wasn't serious. While the virus has started to run its course...
Avoid Jet Lag

There's nothing worse than spending the first day or so of your vacation feeling groggy and out of sorts. Jet lag can range from making you feel slightly drowsy to actually making you feel ill. If the time difference itself wasn't enough to cause...
Avoid Dehydration on a Flight

Flights can leave you feeling dehydrated when you arrive at your destination. This is because the air in an airplane is dry: Usually, cabins are kept at about 20 percent humidity, while people are most comfortable with humidity in the 50 to 70 percent range....
5 Things Cruise Lines Aren’t Likely to Tell You

Planned a cruise trip for the very first time? Need inside information regarding the cruise and what to expect? Well, then you should learn about these secrets of cruise lines. They do not reveal certain information which is important for you, as a traveler to know. It is important...
Norovirus Mutations in Oysters

by thedailymeal.com Oysters, especially when eaten raw, may be the reason behind the cruise lovers’ curse, norovirus, finds a new study published in the journal of Applied and Environmental Microbiology.  Also known as the stomach flu, norovirus is among the world’s most common types of gastrointestinal...

Why do people choose to go on a cruise? For nonstop fun and/or much needed R & R right? But all this planning could be seriously derailed should you get sick. Cruise ships have to pass certain requirements of safety and hygiene before they are deemed fit to have...

Cruise lines continuously focus on providing clean and sanitary environments aboard their ships for the health of all on board. Should the need arise, cruise lines are equipped with medical facilities for guests and crewmembers. All of CLIA’s oceangoing members must adhere to “Health Care...

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The Food Safety Information Council today released five tips to help consumers avoid the spread of norovirus, a leading cause of gastroenteritis, over the winter months. This follows recent ANU research that found there are an estimated 276,000 cases of norovirus infection on average in Australia each year, leading...

A good deal of news reports came out this past week regarding the Norovirus, often called the “cruise ship virus.” Holland American Lines shortened a cruise because of an outbreak, the second cruise in succession to be struck on that ship. Websites that are often critical of cruise lines...