Just sailed on the Victory on May 13. Lots of hangers in the closets, BUT they were the kind that hotels use where there's a metal post with a ball at the top that fits into a plastic sleeve on the rod so that you can't use them anywhere else.
That would be okay, except there were about 10 hangers in each closet that were stuffed into two or three of the plastic sleeves. That means there really isn't room to hang clothes on them, everything just gets too bulky and bunched together. So bringing some plastic ones from the Dollar Store that you don't mind leaving behind is a great idea.
Larry from Miami offers the best advice,we too pack our clothes already on metal hangers into our suitcases. As a result there are always plenty of hangers and our unpacking (and repacking) time is kept to a minimum! Bon Voyage,
billybuzzy, I am with you and Larry in Miami. We do the same thing. I only put my folded stuff on the in cabin hangers, like jeans and shirts I am going to wear again. Makes for quick packing is true. Hint to the wise: Let the wifey un-pack first and assign you the storage areas
IslandCruz-That is pretty much what I have learned to do,when we both have our little "settling-in" tasks - it becomes a breeze and we are out and about enjoying the ship much quicker. Far less time consumed. Now if I could just learn to store stuff so she could find it (and then remember where I stowed it!).