Alaska Cruise Ships

January 3, 2008 6:56 AM | Alaskan Photo Tours

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Swimming in the Alaska cruise?

Most lived in the pool of S. American cruise. Want to cruise to Alaska in September that group at the crossing be warm enough? If not, will not go. Thank you.

I went on an Alaskan cruise the second week of September 2007. It was in the 70s and 80s all the time. I had not prepared any short-sleeved shirts and really wanted to buy something! ALL vessels, Royal Caribbean has a solarium with a clear glass ceiling that is retractable. In Alaska, it is always kept closed and about 85 F in that country. It is also an adults only (16 and over) but not sure if the change of routes cooler. The hot tub there is a great place to post steep hike! During our cruise, it was hot enough like most of the days he had a lot of people in the outdoor pool as well. But you'll want to check the temperatures in the hours going to the last years if the outdoor pool is important. We said it was unusually warm when we left. So if you are in the outdoor swimming pool is important go in August. If the inside is not enough, you can go anytime! I'm pretty sure there are several other cruise lines have said the same. Go to one of the sites as Travelocity or Orbitz, click and plug cruises in Alaska this month and will pull all the available cruises then. Only about ten ships total in that area in September I think. So if you find a youlike, check the deck plans that give you access to make sure you have an indoor pool.

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