We got to experience that first hand also as we were on the June 20th sailing. I see now that they are in the 60's. We were hot on the train and some busses and some stores that didn't have air conditioners were hot too, but we just took it with a grain of salt and said we're glad it's warm and not cold and rainy. Our waves the whole trip were never abouve 4 ft. Slight seas the whole trip. The only "bad" weather we had was fog late Sunday night and on into Monday morning and a little mist the first hour in Ketchikan. With all of the fog we now know that the Star has good fog horns as it seems they blew it quite often. Kind of a neat sound.