Took our daughter on the Disney Dream for her 5th birthday.
Disney princesses are hot & I ate A LOT!
Now to the question. We were on the boat for 3 nights in pretty calm seas but still 36hrs later both the wife & I still have sea legs. Anyone else experience this?
Also the minute I stepped on the boat I could feel the sway but I was the only one in our party that could.
Is it because I spend more time on the water than the others?
It will go away as fast as your credit cards available balance. Looks like your daughter had fun though. Lol
$40 for a 24 pack of bottled water:banghead
these set me back a little too! And yes the leopard print are mine.
It made me borderline sea sick one of the nights and it wasnt even that rough. Something about them big boats I'm guessing.
I float in the little boat fleet.
Awesome looking trip man!
I've never been on a cruise ship, but on larger boats (head boats, sportfishermen, etc), I get seasick just about every time, even if it's flat calm. On smaller boats (<30ft+/-), I can be in super rough seas, and no issues. Scopace patches (or pills) solve the problem or me though....nothing else works.
YOU NEED PROFESSIONAL HELP! Seriously. Do it for yourself and loved ones. You have issues
oh and those Princesses look the same, but never aged. huh.
And then there's my mom. When I was growing up my mom would never go on the boat. Bigger boats too, a 42 Bertram and a 46 hatteras. My mom could get seasick looking at a picture and now cruise ships are her preferred way of traveling. I don't get it.
Ha! that's nothing wait till she gets married.
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Be thankful we're not getting all the government we're paying for. Will Rogers
........and for the record, I am a big Tinker Bell fan. That short skirt is smokin'
I thought " having sea legs" meant you were accustomed to the pitching and swaying and couldnt feel it?
Smell of diesel?
mitch has me beat, you can ask just about anyone
Funny, I'm the same way. ON a CC I can be in 10-12 and no issues, but on a sporty I can and do get sick. Maybe the pitch and roll is a bit different and one face full of diesel and I'm done.
back to work today & hating it!
Glad I'm not the only one!
sounds like a great time!