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What's your Favorite Season to Cruise?

What is your favorite season to cruise?  

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  1. 1. What is your favorite season to cruise?

    • Spring
      4
    • Summer
      1
    • Fall
      3
    • Winter
      7


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We've published a blog post about our Fall Season cruises. The Best Fall Travel Destinations

Personally the Fall Season is one of my favorite times to travel. How about you? What is your favorite season to cruise? Why? I've added a Poll just for the fun of it!

 

https://www.azamaraclubcruises.com/blog/best-fall-travel-destinations

 

P.s. I realize some of you may live in the Southern Hemisphere. I'm writing from the Northern Hemisphere point of view.

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Western Mexico and Hawaii in Jan , feb or Mar.

May June or August for Alaska.

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The answer to that question totally depends on the destination

 

 

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Agreed and if we are heading to the Northern Hemisphere, we like shoulder tourist seasons, not peak seasons...

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Because of different obligations, we are currently limited to cruising either over Christmas, or in a narrow 4-6 week period from March to April. Still have to suffer Jan and Feb in one of the coldest and dampest capitals in the world.

 

Would love to be a snowbird if just for a couple of years ......

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Any time, especially if school is in.

As an ex teacher, I don’t want my cruise spoiled by unruly kids.

I would have said Autumn, but have been on too many TA’s when we have had to avoid storms, so I opted for Spring, when the weather is improving.

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We love to cruise to the Caribbean around the end of January or beginning of February when we're very tired of cold, dreary weather and we can soak up some wonderful sunshine! Being from south Texas, our winters are mild, but we still get seasonal affective disorder when we haven't seen the Sun in awhile!

 

 

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Due to the weather in Chicago in January (Winter) we always take a Caribbean cruise to get some sun.

Then when traveling farther to either Alaska or the Med, September (early Fall) as kids are back in school and Europeans are in the main back to work and temperatures are less than boiling.

Looking forward to escaping to Cuba on Azamara Journey in 110 days from now!

Norris

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The places we have enjoyed the most, Australia, NZ, India, SE Asia, South America ( and hopefully Africa) are great destinations for the winter months. Hope to revisit SE Asia, India and go through the Suez Canal.

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