When seas are rough, where do you go?

Some people like to be right on deck enjoying the surge, others retreat to their cabin. Where do you go if the sea is churning?

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Love watching all the water in the pool slosh out, flow to the end of the deck, then refill the pool and slosh out the other side only to start all over again!  (For the record, I’ve only ever seen that once and rarely encounter rough seas at all.)

 

Really!!!  No way. Inside for me.

Considering our respective physical disabilities, the best place for us is back in our stateroom. We usually book a balcony or mini-suite so we can watch all the sea action from there.

If allowed outside where I can see the seas. An upper deck at the front is a beautiful view in rough seas. That is not however always an option as when the seas get too rough they close off all access doors to the outside. In those cases balconies work wonderfully for me. Even on land I love walking and watching in harsh weather and conditions.

Outside if possible, uppermost bar with a view otherwise.

Outside, anywhere forward. and Watching the pool do it's wave thing..... And it's really funny watching the staff try to put the net up.

 

I will go to my balcony and take pictures.

 

 

 

 

That is an awesome photo!

I like to be outside to watch it .

 

Thank You

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