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Coral Princess, 2017: Alaska, Voyage of the Glaciers, Northbound
Carnival Dream, 2016: Roatan, Belize, Cozumel
Carnival Dream, 2015: Roatan, Belize, Cozumel
Carnival Dream, 2014: Montego Bay, Grand Cayman, Cozumel
Carnival Elation, 2013: Progreso, Cozumel
Carnival Conquest, 2012: Roatan, Belize, Cozumel
Carnival Triumph, 2010: Key West, Nassau, Freeport
Carnival Conquest, 2004: Montego Bay, Grand Cayman, Cozumel
Carnival Inspiration, 2002: Montego Bay, Grand Cayman, Cozumel
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I returned from the Fascination cruise about 10 days ago. Both my wife and I are still experiencing some vertigo from the cruise. I've never had it last this long before. Is there something that can cause prolonged vertigo/sea brain?Never had that problem.
Carnival Glory (Grand Cayman, Mahogany Bay, Belize, & Cozumel) - May 2017
Carnival Ecstasy (Half Moon Cay & Nassau) - September 2016
Carnival Fascination (Nassau & Half Moon Cay) - May 2015
Carnival Freedom (key West, Grand Cayman, & Cozumel) - May 2014
Carnival Fantasy (Nassau & Freeport) - October 2012
Carnival Fascination (Key West & Nassau)- October 2011
Norwegian, Pride of America, Feb 2012
RCI, Jewel of the Seas, Feb 2014
RCI, Serenade of the Seas, Mar 2015
RCI, Majesty of the Seas, Oct 2015
RCI, Adventure of the Seas, Mar 2016
RCI, Liberty of the Seas, Nov 2016
RCI, Liberty of the Seas, Sep 2017
RCI, Navigator of the Seas, Mar 2018
Yes, I did read about mal de debarquement. That nails it exactly. It's like your body/mind is predicting when the ship is going to move, and adjusts for you. Only there's no ship moving!
Carnival Fantasy- July/August 2009- Cozumel
Carnival Elation- May 2010- Progreso & Cozumel
Carnival Elation- May/June 2011- Cozumel & Calica
Carnival Elation-May/June 2012-Progreso & Cozumel
Carnival Elation- June 2013- Progreso & Cozumel
Carnival Elation- June 2014- Progreso & Cozumel
Carnival Elation- June 2015- Progreso & Cozumel
Carnival Triumph- July 2016- Progreso & Cozumel
Carnival Fantasy- May 2017- Costa Maya & Cozumel
Carnival Dream- May 2018- Belize, Isla Roatan & Cozumel
I'd check out the instructions from several sources, then have someone help/watch you do it to make sure you get it right. Good luck!
Cruising since 1977.
Celebrity Silhouette, March 2013, Western Caribbean
HAL Westerdam, March 2012, Southern Caribbean
HAL Westerdam, April 2011, Eastern Caribbean
HAL Oosterdam, January 2008, Mexican Riviera
My Dr recommended that I switch to Meclizine. To start it a day or so before the cruise, continue the dose every day, and continue for a week after disembarking. This has worked for every cruise since. The same drug is prescribed for patients with Meniere's disease, an inner ear disorder that includes vertigo as a prime symptom. Ask your Dr if this might be right for you.
Carnival Victory - 10/9/16 - Freeport, Nassau
Carnival Valor - 9/19/2015 - Cozumel, Belize, Roatan, Costa Maya (Daughter's 1st)
Carnival Liberty - 12/7/2013 - Half Moon Cay, St. Thomas, San Juan, Grand Turk
Carnival Fascination - 12/3/12 - Key West, Nassau
Carnival Paradise - 12/12/11 - Grand Cayman, Cozumel
Carnival Sensation - 12/9/10 - Nassau (Wife's 1st)
Premier Atlantic - 6/2/91 - Nassau (My 1st)
None of my family has any trouble with seasickness ... and when we stop at an island, we have no problem ... but when we return home, that's when we have this slightly off-kilter feeling, which lasts a few days! It's never been bad enough to really call a "problem" ... but we all feel it for a few days.
Why doesn't it bother us on the islands? Makes no sense!