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  KeXu  |  6

"it's not the size of the ship, but the motion of the ocean"

In OP's case, the "motion" component had the opposite effect

  daphish  |  10

#1 and #27 -
"Love, the kind you clean up with a mop and bucket
Like the lost catacombs of Egypt
Only God knows where we stuck it
Let me be specific
I wanna be down in your south seas
But I got this notion that the motion of your ocean
Means small craft advisory
So if I capsize on your thighs, high tide
B 5, you sunk my battleship
Please turn me on
I’m Mr.Cofee with an automatic drip" - Bloodhound Gang's "Bad Touch" (circa 1999).

  AKGirlinSD  |  20

Yeah, and those pills you mentioned don't work on people with extremely sensitive inner ears. I can't ever go on a boat, big or small. I can't even swing without getting sick. It sucks! I feel OP's pain.

  CharresBarkrey  |  15

14 - I'm the same way, and I've found that the patches that go behind your ear work well for me. No idea why, but even the prescription pills don't work for me. I even get motion sickness while driving.

  andyyroxx  |  20

This doesn't have to do with the ears only. It could be olfactory and autoimmune. So whether or not you take medication, you still have a high chance of feeling "seasick".

  bamagrl410  |  31

Sneaky Perdix. I almost went to correct you about the type of pills. Then I saw who wrote the comment and had a "duh" moment.

By  SuperDanielNL  |  23

Yeah, yeah blame it on the seasickness...
Anyways, damn OP that sucks but as other already said, you could have gotten pills. Perhaps they even had them on board. But I doubt that'll make you feel better.