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Farminer-Mann - Answered a Question by watts (05 Nov 08 08:42)

No-one can ever be sure. Book a Cabin that's midships and fairly low, take some wristbands and enjoy your holiday!!!!

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Woods - Answered a Question by watts (03 Nov 08 13:32)

No doubt you are worried about the sea conditions whilst crossing the Bay of Biscay. From my own experiences you just have to take pot luck. I have traversed the Bay in both directions in December and it was like a mill pond. However I have also crossed it in Summer and we had Force 8 gales. Hope this information is of use to you.

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Cooke - Answered a Question by watts (03 Nov 08 13:33)

I think 'variable' is the most accurate estimate. At least it will be warm in the Canaries. Looking at the grey sky here I'm tempted to book something now!

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Healey - Answered a Question by watts (08 Nov 08 09:47)

Having crossed the Bay of Biscay on the Pride of Bilboa in a Force 10 storm I would say that there should be nothing to worry about. My wife is not the best traveller but did not suffer sickness - we were aware of the movement but the movement was so slow that although it was a bit difficult to walk about in the worst of it we were not aware of anyone being ill, A cruise ship is much larger than the ferry and should therefore be much better able to cope if you are unfortunate to have really bad weather.

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