New Zealand Herald:
There is little doubt that the dreaded mal de mer or seasickness is one of the worst and most debilitating of ailments that strike those trying to enjoy a day at sea.
It is a peculiar malady, seemingly attacking people at random.
Some of the worst boaties I have known – in terms of their ability, seamanship and knowledge of how things work – are the least affected by seasickness and can happily party on in the worst of conditions.
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