I will be sailing on the Dimond Princess in early april. I have taken several caribbean cruises and the weather is always great (hot and humid... even at night). I live in Orange County near the beach and every night, even in the summer, it gets quite chilly. My questions are., Is it cold every night? How are the days? Can I tan or is it too chilly? Does it get humid?
Since you live in Orange County (I live in L.A. County) you have already answered some of your question. As you know it is much cooler at sea along the California coast throughout the year versus being inland. With that said, it should be in the 80's during the day and the 70's at night at all 3 Mexican ports. It might even hit into the low 90's in P.V. The humidity should not be bad but tanning will be available fine except maybe the first and last day at sea.
I concur with the above posters. We did this trip in early April, and it was cooler on the first and last day, but not that cool. We didn't even wear jackets, as I remember. It was chilly the first night, out of L.A., but after that, pretty nice.............. I think we took a windbreaker, but only wore it on deck the very first evening..
Have a great cruise!
I cruised the Mexican Riviera many years ago in late Feb. Puerto Vallarta was in the upper 80s. Mazatlan and Cabo were also in the 80s. Most of the sea days were very nice. We did have one windy and rainy night sailing between Cabo and Mazatlan.