We are cutting our visit to Tasmania short to try to avoid winds approaching 40 mph and 24 foot swells. This keeps our world voyage interesting. We are in the Tasman Sea which has a reputation for big storms coming out of Antarctica

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5 Responses to We are cutting our visit to Tasmania short to try to avoid winds approaching 40 mph and 24 foot swells. This keeps our world voyage interesting. We are in the Tasman Sea which has a reputation for big storms coming out of Antarctica

  1. Andrew Clark says:

    Hey, youall –
    Sorry for the troubles but nobody needs 24ft. swells regardless of how big the ship might be, and it seems to me that the Captain has made a good judgment.
    It makes good sense to go the way proposed ….. so keep on having fun whatever the situation may be. We’ll be thinking of you rocking and rolling on 6ft. -rather than 24ft. – swells, and that should be thoroughly sufficient for a good experience.

    Love to you both from Barbara and me – Andrew

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  2. A detour sounds like a good plan, you’ll take the sea less travelled. Happy trails!

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  3. Allen Podell says:

    My goodness, I figured they would have had the seas subdued for your arrival. I suggest docking their tips. Is sea sickness an issue?

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  4. Barbara Wallk says:

    Keeping you in my thoughts. You’ve weathered too many storms in the past. Stay safe!

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  5. Dennis says:

    Yikes, the excitement builds

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