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burdon - Answered a Question by Yates (21 Oct 07 15:31)

Hi There is no good or bad time to cross the BAY OF BISCAY. It is pot luck to be honest Take precautionary medication just in case you have a bad crossing. My advice is to go on a fly cruise, only sail from Southampton when there is no other cruise available, for the destinations you want to visit.

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Yates - Answered a Question by Yates (16 Oct 07 14:59)

I meant the Best Time Not "BEAST" Hope it not a Beast.

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Falan and Leanne Down - Answered a Question by Yates (16 Oct 07 16:47)

July, August, September but it can cut up rough at any time or be like a millpond even in the winter. It really is pot luck.....Sorry....Falan Dow.

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kirkham - Answered a Question by Yates (17 Oct 07 08:27)

We have sailed end of May.First time fine, second time force 9 out, return calm. Take medication in case.

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Walsh - Answered a Question by Yates (24 Oct 07 16:21)

Sailed through early October and returned mid-October. Both times weather was calm and the sea beautifully blue.

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