To: "Bob Way" <>
Subject: Seasickness
From: "Tony Russell" <>
Date: Fri, 5 Apr 2002 10:06:47 +0930
Bob, maybe it's just that the girls are in fact more sickening  -- oops,
sorry girls, pulls head in rapidly.


> I have consistently observed that, on pelagic trips, females have a much
> greater predisposition towards seasickness than do males.  I suspect that
> for females it is in the order of 50%, whereas for males it is probably
> around 10%.
> Has anyone else noticed this?  Is it a fact?  If so, is there a
> physiological explanation?
> Bob

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