Too Many Sea Days

I've concluded that three straight days at sea is a bit too long for wasn't warm enough to be outside for too long.  However I am on day 6 of seeing New England in a minivan with 4 days to go and I so wish I was at sea....people who think a ship is claustrophobic ought to sit in a minivan from Maine to New Hampshire to Vermont.  Beautiful as the fall foliage is, give me the ocean any day of the week...just not too many sea days in a row.

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Well, the eastern seaboard is incredible this time of year, But I agree with the Mini Van stuff. I will take sea days over that.

there was a time I was concerned about 8 sea days. I was flabergasted when we realized we were two days from getting of the ship. I do not know what my limit is yet, 8 days went by quick.

As far as the mini van depends who is in it with meBig Smile

We had 3 sea days to start our last cruise and I absolutely loved them. By the end of the cruise I was wishing for another sea day or 3.

Three days would be much for me. But I'd still take over 3 days on the road.

I have done a couple transatlantic cruises and we had 7 days at sea, 1 port then 3 more sea days........ I loved it. I was on the Celebrity Equinox and RCI Adventure of the Sea's both larger ships. I think I could do 2 weeks at sea if on a good ship. I like sea days.

When I was in the service we would be at sea for weeks before we ported for fuel. Try that

For our Hawaii cruise we had five sea days each way. That's what cruising is all about.

My DH would find 3 sea days too long as well. I'm not sure what my limit is, but I'd really like to do the Atlantic crossing sometime. I just like to go.... anywhere. I sometimes think there is a bit of gypsy inside of me.Wink

Bet you it was a real luxurious ship too!Wink

My BF would love that! Too bad he wasn't around or cruising when some lines did a cruise to nowhere. He likes the sea days, I don't mind them either as long as I can lay out, or there are good activities around the ship.


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