Best Cruise Swimwear for Children – Get the SwimZip Full Zipper

We recently heard back from a SwimZip fan who took their little ones – and their SwimZips – on a cruise to Mexico, Belize, and Roatan. The uv blocking bathing suits were a huge hit – and the full zipper down the front made life so easy with all clothing changes that happened onboard the boat.

Mom reported, “Charlie was in and out of his 3t SwimZip “Beach Bum” swimsuit all day. We would go from the pool, to the dining room, back to the pool, then go see a show in the theater, and then back for one more swim before dinner. Our new SwimZip toddler swimsuit not only kept the sun off his back, but zipper let him change clothes for meals and shows so easily that it really made our whole vacation so much better! After spending thousands of dollars to go on this family cruise, it was so wonderful to start the day with a big smile … these rash guards with the full zippers are definitely the WAY TO GO if you are going on a cruise.”

Thanks for the kind words … and we agree. SwimZip rash guard swimwear for children, toddlers, and babies is perfect for taking on a cruise ship. Cruises have so much to offer and there are so many different activities going on throughout the day, that your child will constantly be changing into and out of their swimsuit. Getting a SwimZip swimsuit with a rash guard that offers UPF 50+ protection and a full zipper to make clothes changing super easy is a no-brainer.

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For all of your rash guard swimsuit and swimwear needs, be sure to visit … SwimZip makes UV sun protection a zip.

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