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I know it is all weather related but how much time would be spent on the deck on a September 22nd 24 day cruise to New England and Canada?

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It will range from 0% to 100% of the time.  Seriosly, some people never go out on deck, other spend hours there, even wrapped up tightly in blankets

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This sounds like an awesome subject for a pork barrel - I mean a Federal research grant. 

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1 hour ago, Turtles06 said:

As much time as you want.  🙂

That would be the absolute final answer.

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The good news is if the weather isn't the greatest at least you won't have to deal with chair hogs on the pool deck. The bad news is the chair hogs will have moved to all the prime inside locations. 

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The weather is unpredictable, in our Summit cruise several days the outdoor areas were closed and you could not use your balcony, there were also beautiful days

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We did this route many times with different lines. Once at the same dates.

We had terrific weather on seadays (once even 80F+) and colder with some rain in Halifax and St John.

Nothing is guaranteed

 

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I am really having trouble packing for this cruise. Warm, cold, day, night, rain ........

Really trying not to over pack but too many variables. 

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39 minutes ago, Huntersnanny said:

I am really having trouble packing for this cruise. Warm, cold, day, night, rain ........

Really trying not to over pack but too many variables. 

 

Joining and renewing your membership in the balcony club won't require many additional clothes.

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A few years ago on the Summit doing the first NE/Canadian cruise our first stop was Boston.   It was almost 100 f .    I think they said it was the hottest day that year.  Got to Quebec and it was cool and rain one day and nice and sunny the next. 

 

Happy cruising 🌊🚢🇺🇸🌅

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