Tips for Preventing Seasickness
If you have trouble finding your sea legs but want to join a whale watching tour or sea fishing adventure in Plymouth, you can take steps to prevent the misery that is seasickness. Your first line of defense starts with prevention in the form of anti-motion sickness medications and patches, and in the practice of being completely sober and not having a hangover. It’s also good choice to opt for excursions on bigger boats. The bigger the boat, the better it withstands ocean currents. Once on the boat, set your sights for the horizon and enjoy the breeze and beauty of the open ocean. Just relax! The more relaxed and distracted you are, the less you’ll feel the motion of the boat. If you do feel a bit queasy, move toward the open air and snack on some bland foods. This sounds counterintuitive, but many swear by the snack treatment. And most importantly, tell yourself firmly that you will not be seasick– mind over matter, as the saying goes, will work in your favor, since the placebo effect is particularly strong when it comes to seasickness.
When you’re whale watching on the beautiful blue waters of Cape Cod, you’ll hardly realize you’re on a boat! Captain John Whale Watching and Fishing Tour offers informative yet exciting excursions on Cape Cod. To buy your tickets and learn more about us, visit our website or call us at (508) 746-2643. You’ll have a whale of a time with us!