Souvenirs anyone?

I collect the model cruise ships $35.00 each


Royal Caribbean & Carnival VIFP Lapel pins.

I have quite a nice collection.

Some of my friends collect key chains and post cards. Any good ideas ?

What’s in YOUR collection?

43 Answers

I collect magnets from every port I've been too. My daughter fills in with all the ports she's been to. From the ship I collect a Christmas ornament from each ship I've been on.

Hats of cruise ships I been on and Harley Davidson shirts from the ports

I will get one Polo shirt or t-shirt from each cruise and I keep my S&S cards.

After my first trip to Europe, I discovered that the only way to carry home a souvenir from every place I've visited was to buy a magnet. I will sometimes buy Christmas ornaments and my husband likes to collect shot glasses and lighters.

I try to get a ship ornament from every ship I sail! I was successful up until my last cruise on Viking Sky. They had no ship ornaments so I had to settle for the bigger ship model. Still beautiful but I can't hang it on my tree! Crying I'm sailing MSC Seaside next and it had better have a ship ornament! haha

My go to souvenir is a pin, the locally made ones are the best.

I had started to collect NCL ship pins but when I asked about them on our last cruise last year I was told that they did away with ship pins Crying

How about using a blue tree skirt, and have the ship sailing underneath the tree?

Wow that's a great idea! I might have to do that at some point.

I have a couple of ship Christmas ornaments and a few of magnets from ships and favourite ports, but we now keep our photos as our souvenirs instead of buying any souvenirs.


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