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  • If lucky as little time as possible. I would have to say about 6 hours a night for sleeping and showering and to change clothes.
  • Unless the cruise is your honeymoon, then you will probably be enjoying your ride on the high seas the majority of your non-sleeping time, visiting the buffets, pool, games, dancing or karaoking, shopping, enjoying a show or just relaxing on deck getting some sun.
  • Just enough time to catch a minimal amount of sleep and shower and dress. We were rarely in the cabin. There's so much to do it would be a waste to spend it there.
  • That would, of course, depend upon who I was with and how long we were at sea vs. in port.

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