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Has anybody got ideas tips about cruising with an infant?

We are planning on crossing from Mexico to Kiribati then through the pacific islands and back home to New Zealand

Any advive , ideas , tips much appriciated!!
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We have a cat. Does that count?
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I've been working on figuring out how to just do some day sails and perhaps one week-long cruise this summer with our newborn. I think we're preparing for two different things...

Best of luck. Sounds like an adventure!
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Newborns are easy.

We took our son out at 6wks for a 2wk trip.
At that age they mostly just sleep.
I wore him in a baby carrier and manned the helm.
The Admiral took care of feedings and sails.
Bring the baby monitor with you.
Had a blast.
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Newborns are easy.

We took our son out at 6wks for a 2wk trip.
At that age they mostly just sleep.
I wore him in a baby carrier and manned the helm.
The Admiral took care of feedings and sails.
Bring the baby monitor with you.
Had a blast.
Just curious, but what do you do with two weeks worth of diapers?

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