Is the Pacific Ocean rough in November?

Issues: Ocean crossings always encounter the roughest waters because there are no nearby landmasses to provide shelter. Avoid: The winter months are the most intense, with transatlantic cruises hitting very rough seas from November through February, and Pacific cruises from February through April.

Where is the roughest seas to cruise?

Rough Waters: One of the most notorious places for rock-and-roll cruising is the Drake Passage, the body of water between Cape Horn — the southernmost tip of South America — and the South Shetland Islands in Antarctica.

Is November a good time to go on a cruise?

To avoid the busy season, the best time to go on a Caribbean cruise is from November to early December. While every cruise journey offers intimate experiences, expeditions during this time will allow you to take in quieter beaches or more in-depth tours of Mayan ruins.

Which ocean has the roughest waters?

The South China Sea and East Indies, eastern Mediterranean, Black Sea, North Sea, and British Isles are the most dangerous seas in the world, with the greatest number of shipping accidents in the last 15 years, according to a report released by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF).

Which ocean is the most turbulent?

Summary: More than a mile beneath the Atlantic’s surface, roughly halfway between New York and Portugal, seawater rushing through the narrow gullies of an underwater mountain range much as winds gust between a city’s tall buildings is generating one of the most turbulent areas ever observed in the deep ocean.

Which ocean is more turbulent?

The Arctic Ocean is about to become more violent, with higher storm waves and higher frequency, across a wide region. The Arctic Ocean is changing, and changing fast. By the century’s end, the maximum height of storm waves in the polar seas could have risen by twice or even three times the present height.