MY CRUISE TO BEREMUDA LEAVES ON SUNDAY, MAY 25TH, AND I WAS WONDERING WHETHER OR NOT TO WEAR A JACKET/COAT. I FEEL THE CHILL EASILY AND WAS WONDERING WHETHER SEASONED CRUISERS FELT IT WOULD BE NECESSARY TO WEAR A WINTER JACKET WHEN ON THE OCEAN. WHILE I KNOW EVERYONE'S BODY TEMP IS DIFFERENT, I WOULD APPRECIATE HEARING FROM THOSE WHO ARE NORMALLY COLD WHEN IT FALLS BELOW 65! THANK YOU.
Hi BEACHLOVER1,my husband and I will be on your cruise we are taking a light jacket with us and I am taking a sweater I'm thinking we might need it so better to be safe then sorry hope to meet you on the ship! HAPPY CRUISING VITA
I always take a sweater and a light weight jacket with me. Usually because the public areas on the ship are cold to me. Of course, I freeze when it's below 90, so I always need some type of jacket or sweater. Best wishes for a fantastic cruise!
A winter jacket will most likely be too much. I'd suggest layers, including a windbreaker to wear on top. And, as others have mentioned, a light sweater for the show lounges and dining rooms might come in handy. To save packing room, this might also serve as one of your layers.
We have learned after many years of cruising to always pack a windbreaker, a sweater,a rain poncho and a sweatshirt for our cruises. The wind across a deck can always bring a cold, damp chill to any voyage.
Thanks so much to everyone for your responses. I will take your advice.
Vita, I hope to meet you and your husband also.
Ron, bite your tongue--that's a four letter word (rain).
I'm really starting to get excited and can't wait to go!