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Old May 28th, 2018, 02:32 PM
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The bigger the ship, the less 'motion of the ocean' you'll get.

However, sounds to me like you may be just prone to motion sickness. There are many remedies, but the one that works for most people is ginger pills. Old Chinese remedy that works great, has no side effects, and is cheap and easy to find.

I don't suggest the usual drugs - too many unwanted side effects.

But no matter what you decide on, you want to start about 3 days prior to the cruise - don't wait until you get on the ship - that's too late.

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