I went on the last seabird trip out of Southport, SEQld. It was my first
trip, and I wondered how to manage the seasickness aspect. I followed advice
and took nothing, as I don't have a history of travel sickness. I was sick,
but I still think it was good advice. You have to find out how your own body
I felt sick for a short while, then suddenly it hit me, I threw up very
neatly over the side, and immediately felt wonderful. I didn't regard the
seasickness as much of an issue. Just a bit more than blowing my nose.
The birds were great. Getting up in the middle of the night, driving for a
couple of hours, being stuck on a boat in the middle of the ocean is not my
idea of fun, but it's the only way to see the birds.
Sunshine Coast, Qld
26º 51' 152º 56'
Ph (07) 5494 0994
> From: "Karen Pearson" <>
> Reply-To: "Karen Pearson" <>
> Date: Wed, 3 Apr 2002 08:57:11 +1000
> After my last pelagic trip, while watching one poor girl be very ill, I did
> wonder whether first-timers should be advised to play it safe and
> automatically medicate rather than risk spoiling a day out on the water. Once
> you are sick it is usually too late for any action.
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