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Old January 27th, 2009, 11:53 AM
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Originally Posted by briguy
Dont let anybody scare you into seasickness. It rarely happens and unless you are especially prone to motion discomfort then dont worry about it. People sometimes freak themselves out about it and think they will get sick but a majority of the time its fine. Large ships are built with stability in mind and as long as you have decent weather then all will be well.. enjoy and forget about the what ifs...
I never get seasick, I have been to Alaska (rough waters) and Crossed the altantic ocean. Never a problem. You and your hubby may not have a problem and I'm not trying to freak you out. However, it's your honeymoon better safe then sorry. Because I grow up in California near the ocean I knew I didn't get seasick before my first cruise. Your hubby to be has never seen the ocean that is why I'm putting in this warning. Does either of you get car sick driving on a twisty road? If so then I stand by my seasick pills an hour or so before you board.
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