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"Each passenger is allowed 2 pieces of luggage, no larger than 21×24x36 and weighing no more than 70 pounds each, to be stowed in the luggage compartment. In addition, each passenger may bring one carry-on that fits under airline style seating. Flammables or dangerous items are not allowed." [http://www.catalinaexpress.com/termsConditions.php]
 
"Each passenger is allowed 2 pieces of luggage, no larger than 21×24x36 and weighing no more than 70 pounds each, to be stowed in the luggage compartment. In addition, each passenger may bring one carry-on that fits under airline style seating. Flammables or dangerous items are not allowed." [http://www.catalinaexpress.com/termsConditions.php]
  
However, since Sawyer and I are taking care of packing food and tents, we'd like to ask everyone to only have 1 piece of luggage, that includes your sleeping bag and pad, and 1 carry-on.  We suggest a duffel bag for your sleeping bag and pad, clothes, and personal items, and a day pack/bookbag for your carry-on.
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However, since Sawyer and I are taking care of packing food, tents, and some other group items, we'd like to ask everyone to only have 1 piece of luggage, that includes your sleeping bag and pad, and 1 carry-on.  We suggest a duffel bag for your sleeping bag and pad, clothes, and personal items, and a day pack/bookbag for your carry-on.
  
 
From the Weather Channel, the outlook for next week is highs in the upper 70's to low 80's, lows in the low 60's, no chance of rain, and sunny skies.
 
From the Weather Channel, the outlook for next week is highs in the upper 70's to low 80's, lows in the low 60's, no chance of rain, and sunny skies.

Revision as of 22:01, 14 August 2007

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Packing Considerations

We have baggage requirements for the Catalina Express and the Safari (aka HomeyG) Bus. The following is from the Catalina Express website: "Each passenger is allowed 2 pieces of luggage, no larger than 21×24x36 and weighing no more than 70 pounds each, to be stowed in the luggage compartment. In addition, each passenger may bring one carry-on that fits under airline style seating. Flammables or dangerous items are not allowed." [1]

However, since Sawyer and I are taking care of packing food, tents, and some other group items, we'd like to ask everyone to only have 1 piece of luggage, that includes your sleeping bag and pad, and 1 carry-on. We suggest a duffel bag for your sleeping bag and pad, clothes, and personal items, and a day pack/bookbag for your carry-on.

From the Weather Channel, the outlook for next week is highs in the upper 70's to low 80's, lows in the low 60's, no chance of rain, and sunny skies.

Packing List

  • day pack
  • hiking shoes or boots and socks (sneakers will probably be fine)
  • swimsuit(s)
  • towel(s) (there are showers available at the campsite)
  • toiletries- toothbrush/paste, sunscreen, bug spray, etc.
  • necessary medications (including anti-seasick if you get seasick on boats)
  • water bottles (fresh water is available at the campsite)
  • 3 days of clothing and underwear, including wind protection and warmth for the evenings
  • hat for the sun
  • lazy afternoon reading material
  • flashlight/super cool headlamp with fresh batteries
  • sleeping bag & pad (unless we're bringing one for you)
  • small first aid kit
  • shirt for surfing (optional- preferably not cotton)
  • snorkel gear (optional- can rent individually from Wet Spot Rentals on Catalina for $10/day by calling 310-510-2229)
  • camera (optional)

For additional ideas, check out Mary's backpacking packing list, Packing List, though not all items are necessary for this trip.

Group Items

Please let us know if you have the following items, as we might ask that you bring them!

  • large cooler/ice chest
  • large pot(s)
  • large frying pan
  • camp stove
  • coffee pot, filters, coffee
  • games (something that would be good around a campfire)
  • "beach" or collapsible chairs