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Old June 4th, 2011, 09:41 AM
sail7seas sail7seas is offline
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I'm sure it only gets better when the weather cooperates. It seemed like late winter in most of the Canadian ports.

Of course, weather is never a guarantee anywhere but it stands to reason there is a better chance of warmer weather for a Canada/New England cruise the later in the season you go. The prices reflect that.

I understand the repositioning cruises are always start/end of season but that is one of the downsides when booking them. Not to say that some times one won't get lucky and have better weather.

I wish HAL could control the weather and we always had sunny days, not too hot and not too cold.
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