We were on the Zuiderdam, on a western itinerary, in November, when we learned a hurricane was coming across Florida, from the west, which is unusual. The ship filled up with more fuel in one port, which meant us missing one port, & the thinking was we would stay at sea.....It then was like a race with the ship, and, the hurricane..who would get to Florida first. we won,and made it home before it struck.We always felt safe, and, the precautions were in place, a comforting thought.
Trip, with her book & tea!
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Actually, according to NOAA (National Oceanic & Atmospheric Association), the hurricane season goes from June 1 to November 30, with the main season being from August 15th - October 20th and the top of the peak at September 10th.
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