Travel accessory that everyone needs: sunglasses

When you are cruising on a ship one thing you don’t want to forget to pack is your sunglasses.

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On assignment in Venice, sporting  Guideline Eyegear’s Magnum sunglasses.
On assignment in Venice, sporting Guideline Eyegear’s Magnum sunglasses.


While I was on Silvereaa Cruises last month, I had a chance to test out Guideline Eyegear’s Magnum sunglasses (the product was provided free of cost to me for the sole purpose of product testing) and believe me I put those glasses through their paces. What I liked about the sunglasses, which retail for $79.95, was their lightweight frame. The non-corrosive aluminum frame and gray lens were perfect for my time on the water. The gray lenses were perfect for bright light conditions during sunset and also in the water, where I frequently where my glasses to cut down on glare.

As you can see from the photos, I road tested the glasses, I did not lose them by the way, and I was able to compare them to my Maui Jim’s and Oakley’s.  I liked the lenses and the frames and found that I chose to wear the Guideline Eyegear’s Magnum sunglasses on several occasions. They are fun, functional, and fashionable.

Published by Carrie Finley

Carrie is ready to explore, discover, and share the wonderful world of cruise travel. As the Chief Experience Officer and Editor-in-Chief, you will find information about cruise ships and places near the sea from the point of view of someone that has worked in the cruise industry for over a decade. Make sure to connect with Carrie via social media outlets including Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Google+, and Pinterest.

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