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Transatlantic---Windsurf versus Royal Clipper, or maybe Oceania

Having sailed on both the Windstar and Star Clipper lines several time, we know we like that type of ship. We'd like to go from the Caribbean to Europe in the spring.

It's a long time at sea, so I'm looking for some comments as to your time on either Windsurf or Royal Clipper. We do like the sailing aspect of it, but how rough are the seas in the middle of the Atlantic?

Our other choice would be the Oceania line. Still small but a few more amenities and entertainment offerings.

Any other suggestions welcome. Open seating for dinner a must, and no formal nights, country club casual prefered.

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