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Old November 7th, 2011, 04:58 PM
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You are right that it makes a very big difference.

Windstar is not as small as Royal Clipper (a huige difference there) plus the sails on Clipper make the ships far more susceptible to sea and wind conditions.

We were pretty sea sick a lot of the time on Royal Clipper, but I have been on Windstar and handled it just fine the whole time.

As for the Caribbean - obviously June - November is not the best time - December - Feb can be colder than predicted, so I would go with March - May as well.
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