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Camellia December 30th, 2005 03:20 PM

What to pack for Mexican Riviera cruise in February?
 
Hi everyone,

I will be taking a cruise out of San Francisco down to the Mexican Riviera and back again (10 day) and I'm wondering how to pack. How many days will be "cold" days and how many "hot"? I'm thinking that from San Francisco to San Diego I will need to pack sweaters if I want to go on deck? Of course..once we get to Mexico it will be summer..so I guess my luggage will be a two season one..I just hope I won't overpack because of it!! Does anyone have any suggestions?

Thanks!!

Camelia

wishingstarr February 7th, 2006 03:49 PM

Hi Camellia,

I have been on a 7 night out of Long Beach and it was HOT in Puerto Vallarta in January. I would pack summer clothes for Mexico and winter (in CA) clothes for the CA part. It can get windy and chilly on deck especially at night before you get past Cabo.
Have fun on your trip!

*Ü* Starr

Rev22:17 February 7th, 2006 09:45 PM

Camelia,

I will be taking a cruise out of San Francisco down to the Mexican Riviera and back again (10 day) and I'm wondering how to pack. How many days will be "cold" days and how many "hot"? I'm thinking that from San Francisco to San Diego I will need to pack sweaters if I want to go on deck? Of course..once we get to Mexico it will be summer..so I guess my luggage will be a two season one..I just hope I won't overpack because of it!! Does anyone have any suggestions?

The best advice is to bring layers for wear during the day. You probably will find that the first day and the last day will be pretty chilly (you probably will want either a windbreaker over a sweater or sweatshirt or a jacket with some insulation in it when you are on deck) and the second day and the next to last day will be somewhat cool (you'll want a windbreaker when you are on deck). All of the Mexican ports of call are in the tropics, so you will want summer clothing there.

Have a great cruise!

Norm.


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