A Forum for Discussions among Voyagers and Others related to the 38th Voyage of the Charles W. Morgan
From: Kate Sheridan
Date: 2014 Jun 27, 15:43 -0400
How has the level of sea sickness been in general? I've bought bonine to use, maybe I'll also try the divertigo stuff. It might not be a big deal though if the ship is fairly stable under sail.
I'm on the ptown day sail 2, so haven't gone yet.
Sent from my phone. Please excuse any autocorrect mishaps.
Everything is so easy you needn't worry about anything except allowing worrying to get in the way of a continuously magical day's sail. I brought along an anti-nausea potion called DiVertigo available at CVS that has one apply a drop or two by finger in the place on the head behind the ear flap. It smells a little perfumey but can be applied with instant results. I used it four or five times during the journey and never felt more than a tinge of the green feeling. It's so much fun.. Enjoy!!!
Date: Fri, 27 Jun 2014 12:11:12 -0700
Subject: [38Talk] Re: Sleeping aboard and doughnuts on the Morgan
I have a question along those same lines. For those of you who have already sailed, any advice for those of us whose trip is coming up to make the journey more comfortable/enjoyable? I actually have the opposite concern; I am always cold so I fear being chilled at night. This there anything you did not bring that you wish you had or vice verse? Is there something you did on your trip you wish you could do again or would recommend to others? Was there anything you regretted? Thank you!View and reply to this message