Is it better to be at front or back of cruise ship?

If you suffer from motion sickness, or are a first-time cruiser and want to play it safe; it is not recommended you sail in a stateroom in the forward section of the ship. The most desirable location is a mid-ship stateroom, or if not available, a stateroom towards the back (aft) of the ship.

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Is bad to be at the back of the boat on a cruise?

The back of the ship tends to be considered the next best cabin position after midships. Whilst the front of the ship gets the most movement the back also does get some. Whilst it's nowhere near as bad as the front of the ship, you may still notice some movement in rough seas.

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Is the back of a cruise ship rocky?

The forward is subject to the most movement out of anywhere on a ship. And the higher the deck, the more pronounced that rolling and swaying motion tends to feel. Movement at the aft is a bit less drastic than the forward, but still isn't the most stable place for those who are prone to seasickness.

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Is the back of the cruise ship good?

How rough is the back of a cruise ship?

While not the worst cabins on a cruise ship for seasickness, aft cabins can be a bit more at the whims of the ocean's movements then those in the middle of the ship. If you're super sensitive to motion sickness, consider a balcony room that's along the port or starboard sides of the ship, toward the middle.

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What part of a cruise ship is best to avoid seasickness?

To reduce motion sickness, choose a stateroom in the middle of the ship on a lower deck. You will feel any sway of the ship less in this section. Although it may seem counterintuitive, if you're worried about seasickness on a cruise, book a stateroom with a window or a veranda.

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Is it bad to stay on the back of a cruise ship?

While not the worst cabins on a cruise ship for seasickness, aft cabins can be a bit more at the whims of the ocean's movements then those in the middle of the ship. If you're super sensitive to motion sickness, consider a balcony room that's along the port or starboard sides of the ship, toward the middle.

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