Carnival Fantasy: A Rough Day on the High Seas


Most of the time, it's smooth sailing on a cruise ship. But certainly not always. And if you didn't take any Dramamine along....

The Carnival Fantasy was delayed for a day on its return to Mobile, thanks to some rough weather and some 15-foot waves! So there were plenty of seasick passengers. But fortunately, according to our WKRG News 5 story, a great crew to help make passengers more comfortable. 

Some people are better at handling rough seas than others, and I've actually gotten a lot better at it. First time out on the water was a fishing trip on the Pacific Ocean. Nobody was catching anything, and as an 11-year-old boy, I was the first to get sick. Yay! A few years later, Dramamine got me through on a ferry boat. 

But last year, we went out on some rough seas on our vacation to Alaska. Several people were sick; but finally... not me. 

There are a couple of things you can do to avoid getting seasick. 

  1. Take Dramamine or some other seasickness remedy, before the water gets too rough
  2. If you're feeling bad, fresh air will do you a world of good. Stay outside for awhile, until you're feeling better.



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