The main thing that puts people off booking a cruise is the fear of being sea sick. It’s a tough decision to make, as you don’t know how you will react until you actually get on the boat. As someone who can feel queasy in the back of a car, I have taken a few steps and I am fine with sea sickness, even on rough seas.
Here are my tips to make sure you don’t get sea sick, and advice for which type of cruise you should pick if you’re worried.
I’m on a campaign to get young people to realise that cruising isn’t just for retirees. To me, cruising is like interrailing but without all the hassle. Instead of endless train journeys, you get ultimate luxury on a floating hotel.
When we went on Disney Cruises for three nights and then a week in 2010, I have to admit that it was more for the Disney aspect than the travelling. Now that I’m planning holidays without the family, I’m definitely considering cruises that explore places that I haven’t been before, and Scandinavia would definitely be at the top of my list.
Cruising experts over at Cruise Club UK have agreed to try to convince you why should re-think your next trip and think about exploring new places from a ship. I’m definitely convinced.