Preview: Learning from Experience: Seasickness – My Biggest Disaster and What It Taught Me

October 31, 2012

Avatar Ellen Leonard

Aries Wind Vane sails Heretic north from New Zealand

Everyone has a different theory about seasickness, but they all agree it’s a disaster. Slight nausea can be overcome with some fresh air, bland food, and a concentrated stare at the horizon. It might mean that someone else has to take your turn at the galley that day. But severe seasickness is a disater for everyone aboard, not least the sufferer.

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