Anyone cruise 1st week in Sept on either 7 night?

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  1. 26555

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    And find it too hot to enjoy veranda or excursions?
     
  2. webray

    webray Love the wineauxs!

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    We did the western. Definately not too hot. Beautiful weather, smooth seas!
     
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  4. ganurse

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    last year we sailed sept 4th or we were supposed to..we had to wait out the hurricane so we actually sailed sept 7th..it was a shortened cruise but we feel they treated us well.
     
  5. captaincrash

    captaincrash <font color=darkorchid>!!!Surrender over yer LOOT!

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    Temperatures are usually beautiful - we've done a half dozen sailing in sept. All were wonderful except for the hurricane disruptions we experienced alst year. But then again - DCL took decent care of us even though the 7 day was shortened to a 4 nite trip.

    :earsboy:
     
  6. pearlieq

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    We sailed last year on Sep 11th and we honestly did find it to be too hot to enjoy the veranda much except for the early morning/late evening.

    No worse than a late spring/summer day at WDW, though, so if you can tolerate that you should be fine.
     
  7. American Scrapper

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    pearlieq, we too were on the 9/11 cruise last year. I did not find it too exceptionally hot during the day, but for the most part we used ours in the morning and early/late evening. I still would not sail without it though. I loved the veranda.

    Kathy
     

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