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Old April 16th, 2011, 03:11 PM
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Default Temperature on ship at night

We are going to a western Caribbean cruise in a couple of weeks. What's it like on the ship at night? Is it chilly? Windy? Do we need pants and sweaters or are shorts and t-shirts ok? I'm just not sure what to pack for the evening.
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Some people feel that the air conditioning on the ships can be a bit cool and pack a cover up or wrap for the evening.

It can be windy on deck so a "light" jacket may be a good idea.

I don't have a problem with cool temperatures so I never pack a sweater but many people do.

If 75 degrees is cool for you than it would be a good idea to pack a light sweater, jacket or wrap.

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Always a good idea to pack a sweater to wear in the dinning room at dinner, sometimes the A/C is chilly, especially if you've been out in the sun all day. They also come in handy if you want to walk around the deck after dinner, it can be on the windy side.
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Yeah, a sweater or light jacket is a good thing to have just in case.
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I go along with all the other posts. Long pants should be worn in dining room at night; so long pants would be good to pack. The temp in the caribbean should be in the 80's; but on the water at night, it can be chilly, so windbreaker is good thing to take. It can rain in the caribbean; so again a windbreaker is good to have with you.
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