Scared of seasickness on a cruise? Zoe said: “We do get asked the sea sickness question a lot, the good news is we do avoid the rough weather as much as possible but, while it’s rare on ships the size of ours, sometimes with certain swells you will experience a little motion in the ocean.
“To help the best thing would be to pick a cabin which is more central, avoid being forward or aft and stay on the lower decks to minimise the movement.”
The lower decks are likely to be the best position for passengers who suffer from seasickness.
Zoe also shared a secret tip for new cruise passengers. She said: “A little inside tip would be to bring small magnetic hooks.