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Old July 18th, 2001, 09:47 AM
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Default Concerned about weather in November on Majesty 5 d

We are doing the 5 day (4 nite) sailing on November 26th out of Miami. CoCo Cay, Nassau and Key West. I guess I am a bit concerned as in reading one post it stated that CoCo Cay was passed over 5 cruises in a row due to bad weather. Again I know there is no controlling these factors and I do not know the timeframe for when it was bypassed then. But how do they compromise this? Do they go instead to another port of call or not? I guess my concern is that I wanted some beach time OFF the ship and and it seems that if we are forced to CoCoCay we will be left with no beach time at all. Am I correct here?
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Old July 18th, 2001, 07:46 PM
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Default Re: Concerned about weather in November on Majesty

I HAVE BEEN ON 9 RCCL CRUISES ALL OF THEM IN NOVEMBER AND ALL WITH PERFECT WEATHER. IT IS TO LATE FOR HURRICANE SEASON AND TEMPS WHILE HOT ARE NOT AS STEAMY AS DURING THE SUMMER. IN MY OPINION YOU ARE GOING AT THE PERFECT TIME
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Old July 18th, 2001, 09:26 PM
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Default Re: Concerned about weather in November on Majesty

You are correct only if they close the beaches on Paradise Island and Key West.
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Old July 19th, 2001, 02:15 PM
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Default Re: Concerned about weather in November on Majesty

The weather can be perfect as far as you are concerned and you can still miss Coco Cay. It sits in the ocean with no weather protection and the water is shallow (for the ocean) so it doesn't take much wind the make it too rough to tender in to the island. None of the private islands have docking, all must be tendered.
Don't let that worry dampen your cruise. If you don't get in to the island you can get beach time in Nassautown or catch rays around the ships pool. The sun reflecting off the pool into the Lido bar will give a great tan!!
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