Yes, there are, the supposedly tough-minded people who loudly announce at the beginning of a trip: "I will never get seasick!" However, on my numerous trips with guests I have seen time and again that even these triumphant sailors have been relentlessly taught better.
Best-selling author Bobby Schenk
There are millions of people who are plagued by seasickness. And there are certainly thousands of us who would like to, would very much like to sail, but who don't dare because we don't know a successful recipe against this scourge. So it is no wonder that when you googling the keyword "seasickness", you find articles from this website (https://www.yacht.de/schenk/n004/seekrank. html) among the first five hits on the largest search engine, Google.
By the way: It is remarkable what role yacht sailing plays in the face of a general problem. Because not only we sailors are affected by this motion sickness, but also motorists, professional seamen, passengers on airplanes, soldiers on warships, carousel drivers, and train drivers. In short, seasickness, or whatever you want to call it, rages more or less strongly wherever the ground or even the horizon moves.
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