SEA LEGS

Been back since Sunday...she just noticed...and I agreed...no sea legs...not even a little...that ship was soooo stable!!! actually, I would've LIKED a bit of roll once in awhile...

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Sometimes it happens and sometimes it doesn't. For me it is a reminder of the adventure because I know it isn't going to last too long.Wink

Yep .. we got back Saturday night after a 10 hour drive and even Sunday I still had sea legs. Realized monday though that part of that might have been the onset of the cold which left my head feeling stuffed with wool.

Our last cruise we did not have any sea legs.

Happens the odd time. I remember the first time it happened, What a funny and weird sensation!!!

Got off a 14 day cruise, took a week to get rid of our sea legs. Weird feeling, on five day cruises sea legs dont bother us

I have Martini bar withdrawal

Our 1st cruise I had a bad case of sea legs. Walking on land was kinda weird. Then, once we were home, I was walking around like we were still on the ship and it was gently swaying. LOL

What kind of cruise ship were you on that you got sealegs?

Some of us are more susceptible to such things no matter the size of the ship. I happens to me sometimes and not others and I have no idea why. The first time it was a smaller ship but the last time it was one of the biggest in the Princess line. Go figure.Surprised

Exactly...sometimes we get it, but usually not....good weather, poor weather, mid-size or mega ship...no matter...at the risk of sounding ridiculous, I actually kinda enjoy it. weird, but nice..like I got my $$ worth..it IS a ship after all...

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