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johnstone - Answered a Question by marcantonio (06 Sep 07 18:03)

It is the tail end of the hurrican season, is all I know. That said the Captain will keep a close eye on the weather and set his route to avoid any bad sorms.

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Neil Down - Answered a Question by marcantonio (06 Sep 07 19:39)

Wonderful...but there is still a chance of a storm or even a hurricane at that time of year but the ships will avoid the latter and ease around the former. You will probably get rain for a short spell but it's warm rain and goes quickly. Temperature is generally in the high 70s to 90s but the humidity can also be high. If you like it hot and sunny .....say no more...Neil Dow.

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MORGAN - Answered a Question by marcantonio (08 Oct 07 20:47)

We have cruised in Oct & Nov in Caribbean, & had fab weather, only the odd shower, but that was soon ove.

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