by Sid Lipsey of Yahoo Travel
It’s the fear of many would-be cruisers: “What if I get seasick?” The prospect of spending an entire vacation sick in your cabin’s bathroom imitating a human bilge pump has kept many people from trying out a cruise.
That’s too bad because these days, motion sickness is not as big a problem as you may think. “We generally find that most people do very well,” says Susan Suver, a former ICU nurse who’s now manager of fleet medical operations for Holland America Line. “We don’t see a lot of seasickness among our guests.”
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