I´m one of those women, who brings toe much clothings on the cruise. So there are never enough hangers. But you have only to ask the cabinsteward and he brings you more of them.
I´m used to hang up all the shirts from my husband on hangers, so when I´m lucky I have not to iron them before he can weare them.
Carla, what does robes mean in connection to hangers? Sorry, but some words are not familiar to me and I hope I may ask.
Ha! Laugh if you must, but I remember distinctly what the closet situation was when we cruised last April on the Carnival Legend----I had never seen anything like it!:
We were in Stateroom 4228, a Cat 11 Suite. The walk in closet had "headless" hangers that detached and re-fitted into the sliding ring things on the closet pole. The kicker was that three hangers fitted into one of these sliding things. Therefore, my garments hung in the closet three at a time smashed into each other as they hung on one hanging thing. I have never seen anything like it before or since on any cruise ship or in any hotel, thank heavens.
Yes, darling.....bring some plastic hangers with you. They'll weigh little and will make your life on board easier.