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#1
norwalk, ct. fairfield
176 Posts
Joined Mar 2002
i am planning a november trip on the dawn out
of new york. first stop - st thomas. how many
sailing hours before we hit warm weather?
any sailing experts out there?
#2
Staten Island, NY
123 Posts
Joined Nov 2003
I'll take a wild guess. It's not that cold yet in NY in November so I say it will take aprox. 24 hrs and the weather should be warm.....

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#3
Coram, Long Island, NY
11 Posts
Joined Aug 2003
Hi,

We were on the Dawn this past mid-November. It was warm by Monday morning, short sleeve/slacks weather, by the afternoon it was warm enough to change into shorts.

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#4
norwalk, ct. fairfield
176 Posts
Joined Mar 2002
sammie1 - were you on the southern carribean
cruise? if so, can you tell me a
little about it. the cruise we are
looking at stops in st thomas,
barbados, grenada, tortola etc.
#5
Coram, Long Island, NY
11 Posts
Joined Aug 2003
Mappa2,

Sorry can't help you there. Last November the Dawn was doing the Bahamas route. But there are many others on this board who have taken the southern carribean cruise (I believe the Dawn was on that route in February). Anyway, I suggest you start another thread asking those questions.

Hopefully, we will be able to do that cruise in the future.

You will love the Dawn. Enjoy!!

Karen

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