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Old April 10th, 2005, 12:48 PM
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Default too much motion in back of pacific dining room on the victor

how many dining rooms are there on the victory for main dining at night? i just read a comment on the motion in the pacific dining room int he back of the ship and how bad it was and how many people were sick. how about some feedback on this. thanks and we are going in july.
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Old April 11th, 2005, 04:30 PM
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Default Re: too much motion in back of pacific dining room on the vi

We dined all the way aft in the Pacific last July. No problems for my bride (of 30 years) & I, but another couple insisted on being reassigned after the 1st dinner because they perceived rocking.

We had many other problems with the Victory, but motion sickness wasn't 1 of them.

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Old April 11th, 2005, 05:39 PM
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Default Re: too much motion in back of pacific dining room on the vi

Hello all, I was wondering, if I have been on small boats in the ocean and not got sea sick, do you think I will be ok? Also if not what do you recommend I bring to help with sea/motion sickness.. thanks all;0 HAPPY CRUISING!
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Old April 11th, 2005, 08:29 PM
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We have been on Victory twice and both times had the Pacific Dinning room. The first time we had a table around the middle of the room and didnt really feel much. The second time we had a table at the back near a window. We had really bad weather for that trip.{so much so they wouldnt let you go outside beacuse of the strong winds}You did feel a little rockin but nothing that would of made me seasick. To make sure I never sat next to the window if I could help it.

I too have been on fishing boats alot and only got sick once when I was very little{ but I think that was from sour milk I had with my breakfast},anyway I usually get some seasick pills{the persurs desk on CCL will/should have them}just in case, and I usually take them if i think the boats starting to get to me again just in case. Some people say that Ginger is good for seasickness{it comes in pill form}. I have also used dramanie{sp}but it made me a little drowsey,{someon told me they now have a nondrowsey type} Also they have these wristbands that help with seasickness,. If you look at your local pharmacy you wil see these plus more. The ship gift shop also sells them.
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