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motion sickness on ferry ( to Brier Island, Digby-Saint John, and PEI)

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Hi! I'm just starting to plan our two week trip to Nova Scotia (flying into/ out of Halifax in mid June). I am very prone to seasickness/motion sickness/vertigo and wondered if anyone else with that problem has had any experience with the ferries listed above. If these are rough or choppy rides, I would much rather avoid them altogether than waste a day of vacation being sick (it goes w/o saying that I will be on Bonine the whole trip, but it doesn't prevent it totally). I know that it would mean skipping Brier Island entirely and doing some extra driving elsewhere, but that's why I'm planning early. Thanks so much.

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