Boobs Cruise question

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  1. Nellie

    Nellie Newbie Registered Member

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    Newbie visiting in a month. My wife does get seasick fairly easily but we are interested in the Cruise. Question for those who have done it. On average, is the catamaran very bouncy due to waves. Understand it depends on weather and wind, but is it noticeable on a normal weather day in late March? My wife has tried the patch behind the ear, any other recommendations that you can take while drinking? Thanks all.
     
  2. ThePutSluppies

    ThePutSluppies Enthusiast Registered Member

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    I also get seasick easily and I've been on the catamaran before and surprisingly didn't get seasick at all. I think your wife will be just fine if she's anything like me.
     
  3. Matthew & Brooke

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    Didn't seem bad at all last time we went.
     
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    Um, no! It’s bouncy due the the boobs, butts, booze, and bumpin ass beats! Seriously though, my wife has the same issue but for some reason some naval engineer could probably explain, the catamarans seem a little more stable and wife has never gotten sick on one.

    Be warned though, when it comes to the boob cruise, it’s not the motion of the ocean that will cause the commotion, it’s the grind of the thighs that will bring the surprise!!!

    I’m sure y’all will have an awesome effin time.
     
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  5. jsms

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    We want on Monday. I have never been sea sick but did feel that slightly off center feeling the rest of the day. Some ppl we went with had a patch and said it helped a lot!
     
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    Just do it! We are glad we did it. Elle is susceptible to seasickness too. The day we went it was rainy and windy. That obviously didn’t help. Elle took some medication and used a wrist band. I think the acupressure wrist band would have worked without the added motion from the weather.

    The medication wasn’t ideal for making it a fully enjoyable experience but it was still an amazing time! We are glad we went though and we would do it again! Albeit the rain/wind is something we could do with out.
     
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    It's quite a bit up and down for sure but I think most people don't get sick who are susceptible to sea sickness because you can always fixate on land. Seems most people I know that get sick are when we're out miles off the coast when you can't see land anymore so it gets nauseating. Sea sickness is miserable to deal with but I would go for it unless your wife is extremely susceptible.
     
  8. MikeandSherrie

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    Due to the double hulls of a catamaran the motion tends to be more up and down, the motion with a single hull is worse because you move up and down and side to side. Double the motion = double the seasick. Dramamine works pretty good but try to stay in the middle of the boat and you should be fine. The drinking and fun will distract you from thinking about it too :marshe:
     
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    FakeNewsTeam I can choose my own title Registered Member

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    The answer is to have her drink lots of liquor so she does not know where she is!
     
  10. shortntall

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    I as well suffer motion sickness. We cancelled out on the boob cruise losing our deposit the last visit to Temptation. No way is that going to happen again. I will drug myself and don't care if i'm drowsy.
     
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    I also get sea sick but in late august and smooth seas I did not have an issue. I am male so the booty and boobs might have been a distraction. Lol not sure???
     
  12. matchandherbetterhalf

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    I am prone to motion sickness in backseats of cars, small planes, helicopters, and I was sick on a sailboat once during a storm. But I've done 4 or 5 boobs cruises and never even been queasy. I think I might have taken Gravol the first couple of times, but not after that.
     
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    It's the worst in the very front. When things are rough we tend to congregate in the aft, where there is far less motion. I am also susceptible. Of course, this isn't ideal, nor is it the spot you want to spend the entire cruise. But it's good for a break or for when seas are rough.
     
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    I generally spend the whole cruise standing right at the prow of the boat, and I don't get sick.
     
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    I get motion sickness very easily and have never had any problems on the cruise. We were even caught in the start of a storm on the way back last time ( we were very drunk by that time ) and didn’t even notice it. I do take a Dramamine before hand though just Incase.
     
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    Have some tequila & you won't notice a thing!! :):):)
     
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    I recommend not staying up till 2am drinking jager the night before, getting a fast food hamburger at 230am, then leaving at 5am for a deep sea fishing trip in rough seas. Not that I would do such a thing, of course. :)
     
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  18. MikeandSherrie

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    I'm thinking you may have been doing a bit of "chuming" off the stern :eek:
     
  19. ScubaSteve

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    I feel like I have more problems the night and day after the boat when I feel like I am still on one.