Burden - Answered a Question by owen (06 Jul 08 17:03)

What clothes should i pack for norwegian floryds 13thjuly 08.

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feast - Answered a Question by owen (05 Jun 07 20:14)

Layers. I did not take anyshorts and it was much warmer than expected.

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Hall - Answered a Question by owen (13 Jun 07 16:40)

Take some warm clothing. We did this cruise in June expecting lovely summer weather, which you can get if you are lucky, but we still found we had not taken enough warm clothing. You will be up at midnight and beyond due to the 24hrs daylight and it can be a bit "nippy" at that time.

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