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Re: Do you personally get seasick?

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Originally Posted by xymotic View Post
Thanks Brian, my big problem is that I got a fixer-upper that's currently on the hard and not seaworthy. All my time/money is really going be needed to go to working on it, not 5 day offshore trips. The trip I'm on was supposed to settle the question for me, but with only 1 or 2 day passages which I keep getting sick it seems like I'm back to square one on my own journey of self-discovery trying to find my personal puke stop level

I guess worst case I can spend a few years cruising puget sound and then truck it to the sea of cortez or something. I can think of worse fates.

But as far as drugs like scopalmine, do people take that for months or years at a time?
Just take it when you need it and pull it off. Ii suspect you will get your sea legs and no longer need it. My guess.

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