JusMe
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Contributor Level: Captain

Do you pack and use slippers in ship cabin ?

I am curious if the majority of people pack and use slippers in the cabin or if they walk barefoot ?    I can remember in the old days that they would shampoo the cabin carpets between each cruise (this was back in the early 90's on RCI Viking Serenade and Song of America out of San Pedro port of Los Angeles)

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JusMe
Moderator
Contributor Level: Captain

I used to pack slippers now I pack some water shoes that I use around the pool and for in cabin.

Johngold
Moderator
Contributor Level: Captain

Yes. I bring slippers everywhere. They are like comfort food for the feet.....

Kennicott
Contributor Level: Captain

No, but I go through a lot of socks.

cruznjan
Contributor Level: Staff Captain

I always pack slippers.

askeegan
Contributor Level: Cruise Director

I always keep my flip flops just inside the door.  Use them for both walking around the cabin (short walk) and showering!

jwaters17
Contributor Level: Deck Hand

Me or anyone in my family have never packed any sort of slippers or shower shoes. I might wear socks in the room due to my feet getting cold, not cause I'm worried about germs. I'd be more scared of germs in the swimming pools than in my stateroom.

JusMe
Moderator
Contributor Level: Captain

 

One of my friends calls the hot tubs on ships, hotels and apartment complexes "People Soup"    

BDRebel
Contributor Level: Captain

I usually go barefoot in the cabin, but I do avoid the soupbowlsHappy

Bubba54
Contributor Level: Captain

Me too.

Deniseg
Contributor Level: Cruise Director

No, I just wear socks or barefoot. Even out on our balcony. 

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