How cold is the A/C ?

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  1. Evasmommy

    Evasmommy Mouseketeer

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    I'm starting to think about clothes for dinner and shows. I am often cold in air conditioning. Should I be aiming for 3/4 sleeves? How chilly do the dining rooms get?
     
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  3. disneybeachprincess

    disneybeachprincess Disney Girl from Day One

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    the a/c can feel cold or chilly...especially if you have been in the sun during the daytime...I always bring a lightweight sweater & a jacket of some type to wear in the evening to dinner & the shows. :love: I love to walk on deck while we sail in the evening too...the breeze & fresh air feel so good (esp the smell of the ocean! ahhh....:lovestruc I can't wait to cruise again! :yay:
     
  4. extechie rbd/wdt

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    Some think it's fine, some think it's cold.

    Having a "shaul" (is that how you spell it?) or something like it to hand would be good incase you are felling cold after sitting down for a while.

    It won't be cold cold, but everyone is different in their comfort temperature!
    Your Stateroom you can set to the level you like! :thumbsup2

    Ex Techie :)
     
  5. sissy_ib

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    I was pretty much always cold. I forgot to bring my cover up to dinner or the lounge a few times and I regretted not having it.
     
  6. extechie rbd/wdt

    extechie rbd/wdt DIS Veteran

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    You obviously weren't dancing fast enough in the lounges! :)
    :lmao::rotfl2:

    Ex Techie :)
     
  7. pixarmom

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    I get cold very easily, so I expected that I would need a light sweater in the dining rooms on the Dream last August. I wore halter sundresses to dinner every night and never needed my light sweater - it was very comfortable. But I'll still bring something light and portable along in my bag, just in case!
     
  8. kcashner

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    I always bring a sweater or jacket. Sometimes I need it; other times I'm fine without it.
     
  9. Evasmommy

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    Thanks everyone. I just ordered some little cardigans and light layers for over things. I'm glad to not hear that it is "FREEZING". :)
     
  10. onecoolpilot

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    At home, we typically keep the house at 70-72 degrees, and I was fairly comfortable on the ship. It could have been a little cooler at night in the room, but I wasn't suffering at all.
     
  11. 4HOLIDAYS

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    I had light weight dresses, and always needed a seater/wrap. The movie theater was extra chilly-DH had to go back to rooms for jackets for everyone.
     

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