Falling Asleep to the Sound of (Wave) “Music?”

On our last trip – seas were little rough (not horrible, but the ship was rolling a bit). It was too cold and windy to crack the sliding glass door to the balcony open. Incredibly – the ship’s tv included a channel with sound effects – I selected “restful wave noises” and my wife immediately dosed off. Artificial sea noises on a cruise ship. Who would have thought?

Tags: Princess Cruises Crown Princess

6 Answers

On our AK cruise, we left the balcony open. The sound of the wake splashing put me out like a light!

Glad to see they have a recorded version for when leaving the door open is not an option.

Cruise ships piping in wave noise just like new performance cars piping in engine noises to the interior through the stereo speakers............

Makes me think of those virtual balcony cabins. They're interior cabins with an image of the waves and horizon projected on one of the walls. The image is real time so when it's morning it's bright, when it's night it's dark. Some of the newer RCCL ships have them.

I think that could be fun, but the walls would still close in on meNervous

I have never used white noise to put myself to sleep but a lot of people swear by them.

That actually sounds great to me, I usually have to have melatonin + ibu PM and allergy OTC to sleep at home or anywhere.


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