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humphreys - Answered a Question by halliwell (17 Jun 07 08:51)

Every ships Sick Bay is situated bottom deck in the centre of the ship.Say no more.Enjoy your holiday.

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Day - Answered a Question by halliwell (28 May 07 10:22)

The best place to be is midships, the front can be a bit rocky sometimes, we always avoid it. The back isn't too bad. Deckwise, probably 8 or 9 I would think.

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Caste - Answered a Question by halliwell (28 May 07 14:09)

I feel that that Deck 9 is the best Deck for sailing on as you will find that the Stablisers are more effective, and you do not seem to suffer from any sickness feelings.

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moss - Answered a Question by halliwell (30 May 07 21:10)

Midships not too high up. take a stugeron pill each night before you go to bed and you wont be sic.

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WEIR - Answered a Question by halliwell (04 Jun 07 21:35)

I returned from a med cruise in may on deck 2 of thomson celebration and on one night we sailed through a force 10 storm. i went to the on board doctor and got a seasickness injection. it worked a treat and i a great evening .all at a cost of £16.worth every penn.

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Coulter - Answered a Question by halliwell (06 Jun 07 16:33)

Low deck in the middle. The further up you go the more sway.

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Mills - Answered a Question by halliwell (26 Jun 07 17:06)

We cruised on Arcadia last October to the Caribbean Went through force 9 storm. Our cabin was on D deck midships. We found the ship to be very stable an suffered no seasickness.

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