So now I’m going to answer my own question. I sail on Saturday night on the Classica. The winds were blowing 15-20 with gusts at 30 kts. It was rough going out of Lake Worth Inlet but that is usually the case at this time of the year. I’d say the waves were 5-8 feet and when we hit the Gulf Stream it was really hard to walk or even sit on a chair so I hung onto the table. I was having dinner at the Rock Grill and as everyone knows it is at the very rear of the ship on deck 9. I wasn’t seasick but it wasn’t pleasant eating. BTW the food was excellent and I will review the ship. Look out for it. But the ship never was listed to one side. The captain certainly knew what he was doing keeping the ship into the waves and so the stern and the bow were taking turns up and down. With that said, I booked the balcony suite. It’s smack dab in the middle of the ship. So we got up to the room and it made for a nice rocking to sleep. By the time we got closer to Nassau it was smooth and wonderful. The ship handles well and the captain was good. I would not recommend this ship at this time of the year because the seas can be uncomfortable for some. It wasn’t bad for me but I do use a cane for my bad knees so it was a bit dangerous walking around. I was told by a couple of bartenders that several people had fallen off of barstools, etc. luckily no pukey smell anywhere. It was a beautiful cruise you’ll have to read the review in the review section. Also, does anyone know how to look up where I can find the data on how high the seas where that night of February 15, 2019?