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Cool tool for your emergency contact on a cruise

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Came across this and thought it was worth sharing:

http://allthingscruise.com/cruise-e-cards/

They're free online postcards that let you tell friends and family how to reach you on your cruise. You just pick the cruise line, add some info. about the ship, sail date, and cabin number and it sends a link so people know how to reach you in an emergency.

The only negative is you can't enter several e-mail addresses at once on one screen. However, there is a way to "send again" and not have to retype the text of the post card if you want to send info. to multiple people.

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