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Neil Down - Answered a Question by Buckland (08 Nov 16 15:56)

For many of us sea days are some of the best times because there is so much to do or so little, for others....not so great. Hope you're like the majority of passengers and really love them. ....Neil.

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Buckley - Answered a Question by Buckland (08 Nov 16 08:12)

No fees for any port as they will be included in your fare?From Our experience the weather will get better every day ,no guarantee though , seas usually not to bad, Ships usually put on extra activities in on the sea days , but taking a few good books would be a good idea.

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Wright - Answered a Question by Buckland (08 Nov 16 13:24)

This cruise does not stop at the Bahamas. the first port of call after 7 days is St Maarten, then St Kitts, St Thomas, Puerto Rico, Haiti, a day at sea and then FT Lauderdale. You will need an ESTA to enter all the US Ports.

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milton - Answered a Question by Buckland (09 Nov 16 00:34)

We found the first couple of days can be rough but once far enough south the weather improves every day although nothing is certain. the sea days are wonderful with lots to do on the ship, quizzes, lectures, shows, dancing, ice skating etc. We're booked on this ta next year already and it will be our third.

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