Freeborn - Answered a Question by Bendell (20 May 18 13:14)

The first time I went on a cross channel ferry I was massively seasick. I've now done 23 cruises and have been seasick only 4 times, each time for half a day or less - and this was when the sea was incredibly rough. There are good medicines which help with this and - frankly - cruising is so brilliant that the remote risk of seasickness is a risk I'm willing to take. When it happens I do feel like death would be preferable, mind.

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Molyneux - Answered a Question by Bendell (20 May 18 15:16)

If you haven't been on a cruise, I assume your sickness arose on small vessels or perhaps a cross channel ferry. Cruise ships are nothing like that. A few tips: Choose a larger ship. Choose a cabin on a lower deck towards the middle of the ship. Choose your dates carefully. Caribbean is good in Jan Feb and March. Take travel sickness medication with you. If all else fails, see the ship's doctor who can give you an injection (for a fee). Nobody can guarantee you won't be sick, but I bet you aren't.

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reynolds - Answered a Question by Bendell (20 May 18 16:30)

Well . i can tell you this Both my wife and i was sick on one or two but follow the tips One way is to look at the arisen. you will get used to .Tip . try a two day one .

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Wilba - replied to reynolds (21 May 18 05:11)

What in heavens name is the arisen.

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Mason - replied to Wilba (22 May 18 18:06)

I think he meant the Horizon.

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MOORE - Answered a Question by Bendell (20 May 18 22:42)

Lord Nelson was always seasick so you're in good company.

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