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Old 12-01-2012, 11:18 PM   #1
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Question Yet ANOTHER seasickeness question.....(re. our kids)

I posted this on one of the other threads, but it kinda got burried, so thought I would ask it seperately. DH & I have been on two other cruises (one Magic, one Wonder). Neither one of us had any seasickness. I did feel dizzy for a week or so AFTER our last cruise-not enough that I was sick-it was just kinda bothersome. It was in Oct., so we did kinda skirt the outside edge of a hurricane our last night out.

We are taking our kids for the first time this Feb. No one in our family has ever gotten carsick or even has been bothered at all. We live in CO, drive mountain roads all the time & take many days-long car trips. Never once has anyone even complained of not feeling well.

Do these things go hand-in-hand? Does the tendency to get car-sick go along w/ a tendency to seasickness as well? Or my real question is-do you think our kids will be ok?

The other thing is, the other cruises were 3 & 4 day cruises, & this is an 8 day. This one will be on the Magic again.

Any insight on this?
Disney Magic 10-1998 (Honeymoon cruise) Disney Wonder 10-2008 (10 Year Anniversary Cruise)Disney Magic 2-15-2013 (15 Year Anniversary Cruise & bringing the kids for the first time ever!)

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