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Close - Answered a Question by maskery (25 Jul 07 09:13)

The most comfortable position on a ship in the event of heavy seas, is most definitely the middle of the ship. The front of the ship would incur more movement than anywhere else.

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Meath - Answered a Question by maskery (25 Jul 07 12:26)

Definitely go for the middle of Deck 6. I have to be careful where I choose a cabin as I too suffer from travel sickness and before my first cruise in 2003 I took the advice of the Rep. in our local Travel Agency and booked the middle of the ship both deck level and cabin location and was fine.

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Lewis - Answered a Question by maskery (25 Jul 07 16:40)

We always go for the middle of the ship if possible. otherwise go for the back end. it doesnt move as much as the fron.

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Bunday - Answered a Question by maskery (27 Jul 07 21:10)

If you get sea sick I should head for the nearest toilet, be it at the front , back or in the middl.

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Burke - Answered a Question by maskery (28 Jul 07 14:45)

My friend was always sea sick until we took her on a P&O and booked an inside cabin. She now travels all the time but only with an inside(no ocean views) I am however told by people that work on these ships that the best place for people with sea sickness is on the 2nd or 3rd floor - middle of ship. Better lower down.

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Patterson - Answered a Question by maskery (04 Aug 07 13:08)

If you get seasick the best place to be is as low down as possible and in the middle of the ship.. out of your options, I think I would go for the middle of deck 6, even though it is a little higher, you are still going to be better off in the middle of the ship.

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