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Old 21 October 2016, 16:43   #11
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Old 21 October 2016, 17:44   #12
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My wife's SS is terrible. Ok at speed but the moment we stop it's feed the fish time. She tried everything and it's only been the wristband that has helped. She has to have it on at around level 8 which is a little annoying every time it pulses but hey presto she's cured !
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Old 22 October 2016, 14:20   #13
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Lord Nelson knew the perfect way
to cure your maldemare
and if you listlen closley, his secret i will share,
to any sea sick sailor he had this advice for free,
if you're feeling sea sick, sit underneath a tree!

alternative, ginger nut biscuits

And as for sea sickness tablets you want to start taking them the day before your boating outing, that's my serious tip!
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Old 22 October 2016, 18:11   #14
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Sea sickness

Love references to Nelson. My maternal Gran researched our family tree and I have docs that show a link with him - I'm not sure how true it is but like thought it might be
Apparently his Grandfather headed south from Haddington (East Lothian) in search of work. We now live and sail in the same area so full circle...maybe
...Sorry no seasickness advice
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