How is Room Temperature inside Cruise Ship and on the decks? Do I need to carry jackets for Kids especially when we are in the middle of the ocean?
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It is not unusual for the interior of the ship to be on the cool side. I would bring something light for everyone.I SO agree with this!
The temp control for your ship is on the ceiling. I had to stand on the bed. Its just a dial from blue to red, no temps on it ...do you want more or less a/c, turn the dial.On Cunard the thermostat is on the wall. Still only red/blue for calibration, though.
On Cunard the thermostat is on the wall. Still only red/blue for calibration, though.Nice to know but, the OP was asking about a specific ship, the "Imagination" a CCL ship. And the poster got their answers based on the ship they were inquiring about.
Just wanted to say THANKS for posting this. I am sailing on the Imagination as well on 04/11 and I am always cold. I planned on bringing at least 2 cardigans to keep me warm, but I am glad to hear that we can adjust our room temp. I will put it to a warmer temp and not tell DH, he is always hot and likes the room freezing so he can stay warm under the covers- not this time!!You cannot adjust the actual "Temperature" of your stateroom, but can control the "Air flow" which will affect the temp. to some degree.