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I am planning a cruise to Hawaii from Vancouver in October 2022 am curious to hear from others regarding the weather who have sailed this cruise in October 

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3 hours ago, T.S.Grove said:

I am planning a cruise to Hawaii from Vancouver in October 2022 am curious to hear from others regarding the weather who have sailed this cruise in October 

 

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It is late fall, almost winter, on the West Coast when you sail. It can be fairly nice on the mainland, it can be severe fire danger season (southern California), or you might get rained on...which is much more likely in Vancouver. So plan on cold, perhaps cold and wet. That will continue your first 2 days at sea. Then it will warm as you approach Hawaii.

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I've not sailed from Vancouver in Oct to Hawaii, but several times from CA. I imagine it is somewhat the same. Pretty cool the first 36 hours, getting warmer as you get further south. Plan accordingly, like maybe do your spa day in that first day at sea and plan indoor activities. But even so, there will be people sunning themselves by the pool, even if it is 19° (66°) out.

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