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Old March 11th, 2007, 03:44 PM
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My sister gets sea sick. I Fos better when it comes to rocking?
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Its actually difficult to even feel the ship moving. FOS is so huge that you just don't feel it.
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Very Little. if any.
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This ship is so stable that you can barely ever feel her move. If the seas are rough enough and in just the right wave direction, any ship will move some. But tell your sister she'll never feel much of anything.

Many people still feel a touch of seasickness, and take meclazine (bonine) and feel no symptoms.
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hi i sailed voyageur xmas 04 and iwas surpriised to see the pool slosh empty in mere 6 foot seas . My guess is the ship has a very tall superstructure without deep draft to compensate. Also there is significant vibration in a following sea Admitingly we sailed during xmas winds but never experienced this on 9other RCL shiips wehad sailed on before on what i considered fairly insignificant seas
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