Posted November 21st, 2017, 01:00 AM
I surely hope so. My aunt says it doesn't even feel like you are on a boat. Is that true? Is there alot of movement? Since I'm going alone I always wonder if im up at night if it would scare me if i had to deal with some motion.
This is true. It doesn’t feel like any boat you have been on. There is some motion. But the entire room is moving and it’s just different than a sail boat. More like a plane.
Do you get motion sick at home? In cars, planes, buses, amusement park rides? If the answer is no, you almost certainly will not get sick. If the answer is yes, you should look into motion sickness remedies. I am very motion sickness prone. I’ve used the patch (prescription only) and bonine (otc) with good experiences.
As far as motion in the room at night, I find it pleasant. It’s a bit like being rocked to sleep in a hammock when the boat is moving.
I would focus less on whether you can get off in port - and yes, if there’s an emergency and you need to get off they will work with you. But cruises aren’t meant to be a la carte where you board and disembark wherever you please. They are less accommodating to people planning on leaving early because it changes they paperwork they have to do. Focus more on how to enjoy your cruise so you don’t want to get off!
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