Quote: Originally Posted by spinifex
I get seasick just by watching this.
As a keen friend of sailing, ships and boats, I (we) have made a lot of cruises and experienced a lot of storms. We've had a lot of luck, not counting summer of 2007, when Angie injured her ankle when not believing me when I said it's too heavy storm to dance on Pullman Cruises MS Bleu de France. Anyway, we both love a bit more rough see, so we did dance already the next evening, after ship's doctor had given Angie enough painkillers and wrapped her leg:
She just complained that the wrapped leg didn't go so well together with her evening gown
BTW, this is of course totally trivial but the ship on that video is not Voyager. International ship registers know 15 ships named Voyager or where the word Voyager is part of the name. Four of them are passenger ships or ferries and only two (Royal Caribbean's MS Voyager of the Seas and Regent Seven Seas Cruises MS Seven Seas Voyager) are cruise ships. This ship is not one of them.