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Sea-sickness

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As first time cruisers, I am a little concerned about sea-sickness. My teenage son and I would have motion sickness. Initially I thought the ships are so big that it wouldn't be a problem - but reading around a little more I find that it may be quite a strong possibility. Would hate it to infringe on holiday enjoyment.

Any advice on medication, patches, wristbands? Is is worthwhile taking something as a precaution, or only acting if and when sea-sickness hits us?

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