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    will i need a jumper inside?

    hi all,

    on ventura next saturday 31st. virtually all packed and apart from my tux and my long trousers i wasn't going to pack anything heavy as i know it will be roasting in the med in august, however, whats the aircon like at night inside the bars and diners, should i stick a pully in?

    #2
    Yep, always take a light jumper!
    See my cruise blog: HERE

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      #3
      There should be no need at all for a woolly jumper. For ladies I would take just a lightweight wrap or pashmina if you have a late night walk out on deck. But certainly not needed for inside ship - day or night.

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        #4
        bit of a split decision there then! i'll take one just in case

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          #5
          i think a wrap is always useful as sometimes the air conditioning in the restaurant can make you a bit chilly. Have a great holiday!

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            #6
            Thank you I'm going on the Ventura on sat 31st July

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              #7
              They were selling those cheap pashimas on board, for a few pounds. I find them handy for walking round the outside decks at night.
              Jo.
              Jo.

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                #8
                I would always take a wrap for evenings as the air con can be too fierce although P&O didnt seem to be as bad as some ships we have been on. It does spoil the evenings if you ae all dressed up and then have to wrap up to keeo warm.

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                  #9
                  I always take a fleece or zip jacket, you will need it on deck, especially for the first couple of days at sea, it's normally windy when the ship is a movin'..... you'd be surprised how cool it can get. jo
                  P&O Artemis/Oceana/Aurora/Azura/Britannia
                  RCI - Independence/Anthem/Ovation of the Seas
                  Celebrity Eclipse
                  Cunard QM2/QE/QV
                  Royal Princess/Caribbean Princess

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