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Old 01-08-2005, 09:36 AM
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1) Looks like on Weather channel the standard forecast now for most of the islands is around 80 with 30% change of scattered rain. Is including the 30% rain just a standard tropical forecast?

2) What about temperatures on board during the at sea days? Does it tend to be cooler than on land?
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1) Looks like on Weather channel the standard forecast now for most of the islands is around 80 with 30% change of scattered rain. Is including the 30% rain just a standard tropical forecast?

2) What about temperatures on board during the at sea days? Does it tend to be cooler than on land?
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Old 01-28-2005, 06:53 AM
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We are sailing on the Mariner that day and I've been wondering the same thing. I have the "packing list" that Tom posted, but I'm really perplexed as to exactly what clothes to pack.
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It should be warm and sunny for you guys.

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Old 01-28-2005, 08:31 AM
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Pack your tropical gear, bathing suits and perhaps a light sweater or jacket for evening, but overall your weather should be quite pleasant. The only time it may be a bit cool is in Port Canaveral. The 30% forecast for rain is pretty standard in the tropics and nothing to worry about.
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We just returned Sunday, Feb. 6 on the Western Caribbean Mariner sailing. Temps ran in the 60's approx. in evenings, and highs in the 70's to mid-80's. While in Labadee, we noticed the sun was pretty intense and warm. As Nancy stated, it was cooler leaving Port Canaveral, and we did go through a front on the last day at sea. It was pretty cool on the upper deck to consider swim suits, although some people were braving it. One afternoon in Cozumel, we experienced showers for the last 2 hrs. or so. Bring a variety of clothes including jacket/sweater of some type, shorts and long slacks too.
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Old 02-08-2005, 08:24 PM
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Thanks for the feedback. Sounds like I have the righ kind of things packed!
 
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