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Looking into the Celebrity Solstice transpacific cruise (Tokyo to Vancouver) in April 2022. A question for anyone who has done a similar route: does port or starboard receive more sun?


Any input would be greatly appreciated.



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Heading Eastbound on a Great Circle route, you will have the sun on the Stbd side for most of the time. When steaming NE/SW you will get some sunrises/sunsets on the port side, but when steaming East it is on the Stb'd side.

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