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Small 100' cruise boat -- seasickness problems?

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Hi -- I'm concerned about whether my 80+ yo parents will experience seasickness on this smaller boat. They range from 100 to 140 feet and only take on 65 passengers. Parents have gone on the large giant cruise ships with thousands of people without a problem but we'd really like to try this company as they've had great reviews.

Any insight or advice would be appreciated, thanks in advance!

http://www.alaskandreamcruises.com/alaskan-dream-ship/admiralty/

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