Cruiseline Memorabilia

Do you save your Sign and Sail cards and your daily news like Carnival FunTimes?

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We still have our sign and sail cards an all of the FunTimes from our cruises, and I have no idea why! We never look back at them. One of these days I'll put them in the recycle bin ..........

I have my S&S cards

I have my S&S cards from every cruise that let me keep it, a couple ship Polo shirts and t-shirts.

We keep both in a memory box of sorts. Just a little something as a reminder to get us through those blah times and look back and remember and also to remind us to book another cruise!

We have the S&S cards, plus a lot of "stuff". I actually drag it out when we have new (or potential) cruisers, to show them what is available. This last cruise we sent most of it (not the S&S cards) to a friend in MN who will be cruising for the first time in May. I made scrap books for the early cruises and should really get the rest in some sort of order. We also have many logo items that we use... totes, cups, etc.

I have mine somewhere at home. No clue why but I keep them. Not the Fun Times though.

I've been keeping the cards and Fun Times. This year I think I'm going to start taking pics of the menus too.

DH keeps all his S & S cards in his wallet, and occasionally pulls them out when we are talking to someone about cruising. I end up giving mine to the grands--for some reason they are fascinated with them. We have a few Tervis tumblers and a Whale Tail drink holder, and a few other odds and ends.

I have my Carnival beach tote that a couple of friends surprised me with on one of our first cruises. I also have a Carnival lanyard type thing that has zipper pockets for S&S cards as well as cash. It has a plastic sleeve for a cell phone. It's been with me on every cruise and it's getting raggedy. I can't find another like it to replace it though :(

I've got the beach bag too, and a Carnival beach towel that I use at our local beac all the time. Our whale tail and ship decorations are always front and centre on the Christmas tree.

Yep, we keep ‘em! (And pretty much everything else, too.)


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