Mary Lou Scanlon
NCL Pride of America April 24, 2010
NCL Epic February 12, 2011
RCCL Allure of the Seas - September 18, 2011
Celebrity Eclipse - February 11, 2012:
RCCL Navigator OTS - February 9, 2013
As the biggest fan of the aft cabin, I don't do it when cruising with my Mom who is sensitive to motion. There is very little motion on the newer ships and over-the-counter meds help alot BUT it might still be a problem. Also the visual of the water trail might affect someone prone to motion sickness. Wife and I both love to "rock-n-roll" (the best were 50 foot swells on "Vision's" inaugural Atlantic crossing).
I'm like you, I really like the motion. It is soothing for me, but not for my wife. She is sensitive to it. So I guess the the choices are, middle of the ship cabin, or leave her home and get an aft cabin (like that is going to happen:-)
We recently had our first aft balcony cabin on Radiance and honestly we did not notice any more movement that being in the center of the ship. We did always have good weather, so I don't know how it would of been with rough seas.
Just curious about your aft 10 cabin, we're in cabin 1388, a corner. From the lay-out looks like the balcony has a view from the side, by chance were you in one of those and can tell me can we really see much from the side??