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Old April 3rd, 2007, 10:30 AM
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overall, on the Sensation please, is it under or over air conditioned, or just right? just wondering if it's best tp play for long-sleeves for formal night, or will I freeze if I wear a strapless dress on formal night. We have an inner-inner stateroom, also concerned about coldness in there at night. Your experiences, please? Thanks!
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Old April 3rd, 2007, 10:50 AM
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This is a tough one. Everyone likes different temps. This is too hot.. this is too cold.. this is jusssst right. Wear what you want and take along a sweater in case you need it. Different lounges and places on the ship have different temps. One lounge I froze and the other lounge was perfect... You get to know how they are by the end of the cruise.
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Old April 3rd, 2007, 11:36 AM
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A few of my friends found the dining room chilly, but the cabins and other public areas were fine. Sometime the theater is over air conditioned if there is only a few people in the room, but comfortable when full.
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My cabin was too cold.....even at the lowest setting it was too cold.

Can you call maintance engineer or someone and get the AC in your room turned off?

I couldn't figure out how to turn-off my AC.....just turn it down to low
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I always think the temperature inside the ship was set to artic but then again, I usually am cold. I would guess the temperature is set somewhere in the 60's, especially in the dinning room. I think that is so the waiters won't overheat since they are constantly running around. I always wear something strapy but I take a sweater. Also on resort casual nights, I tend to want to wear pants so that my legs stay warm too. I hope that helps!
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