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Calmest part of GBR

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I'm starting to plan my trip and GBR is on the top of my list. I want to try to snorkel/dive but I get motion sick very easily. I am mostly worried about the boat ride out to the reef. Is there any part of the reef that has the calmest waters? I'm willing to leave from any part (ie Port Douglas, Carins, etc) and seasick pills/patches do not work for me. I am a female in my 20s and I will be traveling by myself in the beginning of September.

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