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Gypsy509

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I have been reading all these posts now for over seven months... what I have gathered is that we should dress in layers, have water proof or resitsnt clothing. But more importantly; the fact that it is going to be cold. Well living in Florida, we never have cold,but I like it and the temps I have seen lately for Vancouver and ports are 60's this is not cold to me .....Am I missing something?

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If you get into a situation where there's a wind blowing off a glacier towards you, it will be cold, I assure you. Low 40s is certainly possible, and the fact that it's damp cold makes it feel much colder.

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I didn't find the ports cold the last two years. But yes, open sea is cold and near the glaciers will be cold. You can see them through the windows, but I found it more exciting to be on deck. Shore excursions on the water can also be chilly.

Just bring a waterproof coat (pants optional) since it can rain a lot, especially in Ketchikan.

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Gypsy509--

Other than wind/rain jacket & pants and a fleece pullover I cruised with the same clothes I wear here in Tampa Bay. The only time I needed the fleece along with the jacket was late in the afternoon on deck or on the balcony. I also was glad to have lightweight gloves I brought from home and a rain hat I bought in Ketchikan while on the balcony for extended periods. But like you I like the cold and wore shorts often while in Alaska in 2003 (wish I had known to bring shorts when I first cruised Alaska in 2000).

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Thanks everyone!!
I will probly bring clothes for three climates. Vancouver doesnt seem too cold and will be there for four days. the ship will casual nice clothes like vancouver plus dressy. The ports will be warmer layers and the balcony will be sweats and wind breakers whew... I better get packing!!!

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