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Boats in Venice

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I am sure some people will think I am really stupid, but I am going to ask anyway.

We are going to Italy next year, flying into Venice and staying for 6 nights.

I am very worried about getting from the airport into Venice as I am not a boat person, I'm fine if the ride is smooth, but have problems with rough crossings and if boats move up and down too much. I don;t get sea sick at all, so can't take anything to help, I just panic, I realise my fears are totally irrational and I don't want to spoil the beginning of our holiday for my family. We would also like to be able to visit some of the islands like Murano, Burano and Torcello.
I have read stories of rough crossings and choppy water and would like advice about travelling on the various boats around Venice and which would be our best option.

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