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Which are best outside cabins on deck 4.
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on 24 Feb
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By Gordon, Liverpool
on 19 Feb
If you book a cruise can you upgrade your cabin once on the ship?
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Most reviewers say the vibration aspect is not as bad as some others have reported and if your cabin is mid-ship or forward no problems, but if you have a sea sickness problem pop into your doc's surgery and get prescribed something you could take with you just in case. We were on the Mercury last year and a few Ameicans had acupuncture for this problem and most reported it very effective but they never said the cost of the traetment.
In our experience...No!
Vibration is not generally regarded as a cause of sea sickness. If you know that you have a problem in this direction take advice from your doctor or pharmacist or look up the many and various answers, from ginger to acupuncture, in the "Find a question" section above. ..... Neil.
The answer is "no".
I hope TA will permit me to refer you to the following
You will find lots of reviews of the Celebration with hardly a mention of either sea sickness or vibration.
And Neil is correct - it is the motion of the ship which normally causes sea sickness.
We have just come back from Thomsons Christmas Cruise and believe me, we were not bother by vibrations or sea sickness. so go and enjoy yourself, thats what we did.
Low deck cabins can experience vibration from the engines but this does not cuase seas-sickness. It can be a little annoying, though.