I was reading up on some cruise reviews. I seem to notice one of the biggest problems on a cruise occurs on the pool deck. It seems that there is always a shortage of chairs; whether caused by more guests than chairs; or by some guests "saving" chairs.
So, I wonder if I can bring my own collapsable chair with me on my cruise, and use it around the pooldeck (or above)? That way, there will always be a chair available for me. Or do you think the crew will disapprove and not allow it?
You know what Frase, not a bad idea. I don't see where that would be a problem. You can bring as many bags on a ship that you want, why not a lounge chair??? Excellent idea. I dare any idiot who feels compelled to save chairs to save my personal chair. Allow me to vent...
During the day most people leave the ship, you shouldn't have any trouble finding a chair unless it is a day at sea. Even during the evening, chairs should be available, half the guests are eating at one time.
The airlines are only disallowing liquids, so I say, why not. If you're driving to the port, it's even better. We have some folding chairs that have their own carrying pouch, so it could be another carry-on or packed easily in our checked luggage. Best wishes!