Just one lens (and a battery and a case and an almost-empty 8GB CF-card). The rest was in the cabin-bag.
That lens was the very handy and small, (now) rare, but not-terribly-excellent-though-really-up-to-the-job vacation lens I love(d
) to carry on my camera while walking around cities. It was the not too expensive Nikkor 28-200mm f/3.5-5.6 AF-G zoom
. Nikon stopped producing it in 2006, and I must have bought the last new one available in my country, back in 2009, because the clerk on the phone said it didn't exist at all - and while speaking saw it laying on the shelf (I ordered it on the 'net, but something went wrong with their payment pages, so I had to call the shop).
In order to get my insurance company at home (no I don't have special 'travel insurances' normally) to even process it, I would need to show a police statement proving that I filed a loss or theft with the police - something we had no sufficient time for (although we spoke to a rather friendly female officer in a police car on the pier).
My wife drew her credit-card in the Key West shop (not because she felt guilty, but because on these vacations she does the payments ashore, while I usually keep my cc "clean" for the payments of hotels, on the ship, etc.), which elicited a "oh, wow, now I understand it, you have a sugar-mamma" from the shop keeper.
But yes, she understands I will need to buy myself one of those new FX-es soon.