Sleeping on land vs at sea

Do you sleep better on land or at sea? I sleep well at home, but even better with the gentle movement of the ship, and wake up early feeling refreshed and ready for a full day of fun.

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I really can't answer.. I sleep well both places.

Depends, there are a couple variables.  Interior rooms vs. balcony and heavy seas vs calm seas.  Best sleep I've had on a ship is in an interior room with calm seas.  Over all I'd have to say I sleep better on land.

Well..... Perhaps on a ship if I could meet one of those Ukraine womenHappy

 

Are we allowed to take that thought further on this forum?

 

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I sleep better on a ship. It's like a big cradle.

Probably not, but dang they're purty, love the accentHappy

 

 

The president already got all of them.

My best sleep is in fairly calm water on  Celebrity or RCI ship,  so the balcony has a sliding door that you can leave open an inch or two and clamp it open.   That way you can close the drapes to keep the cabin dark and still get the sound of the waves.

DW sez she sleeps better during choppy seas, not sure for me, i need a cruise to decide...

At sea.  I sleep like a baby.

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