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Further to the photos above, Cunard's QV and QE are the only ships of this class that I know about, that don't have a retractable roof over the pool. For sure, Costa has two almost identical ships, they spent the money for a roof (insert Mediterranean weather comment here).

As well as being wet whenever it rains (insert UK weather comment here), deck 9 is a wind tunnel whenever the ship is sailing into a headwind.

I did a winter TA on QE a few years ago, with an "upgrade" to a balconey. The balconey doors didn't seal well and it was very drafty when windy.

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On 2/26/2020 at 3:37 PM, LHT28 said:

we had  bad seas  crossing from Halifax to Ireland last  year  

we were caught in between two fronts  so several days of wet  weather & bumpy seas

Now if you are going from Miami or FLL  it is not usually as bad

Thanks, that’s good to know. We are going from Miami to Rome next April. 

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