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Old 11-07-2007, 01:34 PM
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What is there to do during sea days? It depends on who you're with at sea
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I'm also one of those who likes sea days better than port days! I like the art auctions and lounging in the sun with a good book and my iPod.
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So true, so true! what a statement.
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Old 11-08-2007, 07:39 PM
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ARE YOU KIDDING? Sea days are what cruising is all about. Being out in the open water, with no land in sight. The sun beating down on you, so hot you want to go inside,but you can't because the breeze feels so good-thinking about where your gonna go when you do go in,(casino,show,message,eat,take a nap in the a/c),there's plenty to do on sea days. I sort of get a little depressed when we're pulling into port because now I have to walk all over the place and spend MORE money shopping with the wife, especially tendered ports-I'm the "relax on a lounge chair" type guy-not to big on the walk around/sight seeing thing-so sea days are for me,always.
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ARE YOU KIDDING? Sea days are what cruising is all about. Being out in the open water, with no land in sight. The sun beating down on you, so hot you want to go inside,but you can't because the breeze feels so good-thinking about where your gonna go when you do go in,(casino,show,message,eat,take a nap in the a/c),there's plenty to do on sea days. I sort of get a little depressed when we're pulling into port because now I have to walk all over the place and spend MORE money shopping with the wife, especially tendered ports-I'm the "relax on a lounge chair" type guy-not to big on the walk around/sight seeing thing-so sea days are for me,always.
days at sea are the best, like you said laying back getting foofoo drinks taking in the brezze,eating like a mad dog, napping ,shows , i dont even like getting off the boat , i need a cruise to nowhere LOL.does carnival offfer them out of nola.? i would want to be at sea at least 4 days.but on a big boat. not a casino boat.
i miss cruising!
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Old 11-15-2007, 09:53 AM
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What is there to do on those days at sea? The itinerary for a 7day cruise (Liberty) has 3 days at sea and I'm not sure what there is to do.
Grab a chair, a drink, bask in sun and enjoy life.
And think of all the suckers at home that have to work
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Days at sea are why I enjoy Trans-Atlantic crossings; plus they tend to be quite reasonable - so, best of all worlds!
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What is there to do on those days at sea? The itinerary for a 7day cruise (Liberty) has 3 days at sea and I'm not sure what there is to do.

    Hang out on the Lido Deck and drink BBC's (a coconut type drink
    Go to the Spa and get a wonderful massage
    See a show
    Participate in the contests that are all over the ship
    Go dancing in the evening at one of the dance clubs
    Go to one of the bars at night to hear live music
    Go to the Casino
    Eat in the dining room for lunch and meet new people
    Check out the library or internet cafe
    Check out the gift shops/little stores[/list]Whatever you choose on the list will be great b/c you're on vacation and not at work like the rest of us suckers!!! Talking about this is really making me want to get on a cruise ship right now!
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me too. im ready for just another 5 day cruise and dont even get off the boat in mexico.
 
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