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Old March 30th, 2010, 02:12 PM
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My wife usually gets seasick. Prior to each cruise, she obtains a perscription from her Doctor and gets the patch, (Scopolamine). That realy works for her. Also we always book a stateroom that is in the middle / middle of the ship. That way you don't feel the motion as much. I'm use to being slamed & banged around, I'm a prior "U.S. Navy Destroyer Sailor". We use to take almost 45 degree rolls and we would see "Green Water" over the forward 5" gun. Sometimes our bow of the ship would disappear underwater. Those were the days, many more stories.
We love anything assocated with crusing and traveling. We are retired U.S. Navy...and loving it, "Been there...done that"! (almost).
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