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BLYTH - Answered a Question by JUKES (04 Jul 08 12:06)

The 64,0000 dollar question, but the length of the QM2 and its propulsion plus stabilising system should minimise the worst of weathers, but if there was a hurricane around travelling up the east coast of America !! We have crossed the Atlantic from West to East in the month of September and some days were a bit rough but we were on the old SS France, SS Norway when we did the trip in 2001, but like the QM2 the Norway was designed to ride out 3 waves so it was not to bad. As the stabilisers were not so modern there was a bit of a roll on some days.

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Burrows - Answered a Question by JUKES (04 Jul 08 19:55)

Not another "What's the weather going to be like on our cruise" question? Calm sea, hot sun, and not a drop of rain of course! It's totally different from a normal August day on shore here! Happy cruising.

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O'Brien - replied to Burrows (04 Jul 08 20:23)

Oh dear, that is almost 4 weeks away. Do people think that we are weather forecasters? Jukes, you will be sailing across the Atlantic. Anything goes at sea. You pays your money and you takes your chances. Hopefully it will fine, but obviously there are NO guarantees.

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