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Every ships Sick Bay is situated bottom deck in the centre of the ship.Say no more.Enjoy your holiday.
The best place to be is midships, the front can be a bit rocky sometimes, we always avoid it. The back isn't too bad. Deckwise, probably 8 or 9 I would think.
I feel that that Deck 9 is the best Deck for sailing on as you will find that the Stablisers are more effective, and you do not seem to suffer from any sickness feelings.
Midships not too high up.
take a stugeron pill each night before you go to bed and you wont be sic.
I returned from a med cruise in may on deck 2 of thomson celebration and on one night we sailed through a force 10 storm. i went to the on board doctor and got a seasickness injection. it worked a treat and i a great evening .all at a cost of £16.worth every penn.
Low deck in the middle. The further up you go the more sway.
We cruised on Arcadia last October to the Caribbean
Went through force 9 storm. Our cabin was on D deck
midships. We found the ship to be very stable an suffered no seasickness.
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