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Old May 28th, 2018, 06:03 PM's Avatar is offline
Join Date: Aug 2011
Location: Cape Coral, FL
Posts: 2,306

Wow, that sucks!!

Well, the next best thing is to find the biggest newest ship - they have all the latest computer controlled stabilizers and will offer the best ride. Plus, make sure you get a cabin as close to the middle of the ship as possible - provides a smoother ride than cabins in the front or the back. However, because those are in bigger demand, they'll cost more.

Some people get seasick when they can't see the water, while others get seasick when they do see the water. So, take that information into consideration when booking a cabin.

And lastly, the earlier you book, the better chance you have of getting a cabin where you want it and getting a better price.

Talk to your agent and they'll help you find what you want - save yourself time and trouble, and let them do all the work for you.

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