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  1. They seemed to host the usual activities but moved them to indoor locations when cold. I didn't sense a greater emphasis on scheduling additional inside activities due to weather constraints. Mind you, we were never bored and it warmed up quick enough for my Bostonian butt to spend lots of time at the great outdoors starting the afternoon of the second day.
  2. We did miss St Kitts. They routed us to St Maartin. It's alright, we hung out on Orient Beach but we were really looking forward to trying a new island. Antigua was removed before we sailed. Lots of changes to this itinerary..... We are looking at Bermuda next year. It's our favorite quick cruise. We are 3 days from Gold, finally lol
  3. My partner and I did 10 days on the beautiful Gem in March. We are younger 30ish and always found things to do during the day. I enjoyed the napkin folding, sushi making, and other cooking demonstrations. Also, dance classes were fun and the karaoke tryouts. We wished they had some additional enrichment opportunities but we realize it isn't Cunard and put on out party hat's until we do a crossing.
  4. I've done the same literary/ship 6 times. People must think I'm crazy but I enjoy it. You only go round once, try it all in life. You might just fall in love!
  5. I admit, I had no idea where to post this. Feel free to move. I am a single 34 year old guy from Boston who has done big ship cruising but is thinking of a change. I am looking for a barefoot sailing type cruise, or so I think. LOL. I have been researching them and this is a company in Boston who seem to have an itinerary that meets my needs and can be priced solo with a share. I've never been sea sick and don't need fancy. Just would like to hear any feedback or comments before I book. I am a bit nervous. The Liberty Clipper is a gaff rigged wooden schooner. 125 feet long, 24 passengers, 9 crew. Here it is. 10/1 to 10/7. Boston to New York. We will sail out of Boston Harbor and enjoy dinner on board with the city skyline as a backdrop - it is a romantic start to an amazing coastal sailing vacation on a majestic tall ship. We'll be bound for the Cape Cod Canal, where we will plan to have breakfast while transiting this man-made canal on Sunday morning with the Cape on our port side. After the ship has passed under three bridges, we will fire our cannon in salute to the Massachusetts Maritime Academy. The LIBERTY CLIPPER will follow the coast southwards along New England stopping at various islands and small coastal towns where you can head ashore and explore as weather permits. We will visit Nantucket, Martha's Vineyard, Cuttyhunk, Block Island, Long Island, or any other combination of coastal ports on the way to New York City!
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