Originally Posted by rebel heart
About the same. It has to do more with the swell frequency and the general displacement
characteristics of the boat.
Personally I think everyone can get seasick if the conditions are right. Let me hold you upside in a diesel
while we bob around on a windless day smacking back and forth. Oh, and be hungover.
I did puke, After welding up the inside a diesel
tank on a container ship for 12 hours,
The Kiwi crew gave me a lovely dinner after I finished, and it hardly hit the bottom and it all went over the side, I was definately green that night, Diesel fumes are not good to sniff,
The only other time I have been sea sick was on a small fishing
boat in the Fraser straight, Mono, But after a couple of hours and a severe head
concentration, Mind over matter, I got over it, I was not going to be sick all night,