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The advice is always to keep in midships on the lowest deck possible to avoid excessive movement...but it depends on what grade cabin you prefer to how high up you go!!! I would always keep as near to the middle of the ship as possible as I do get to feel a bit queazy sometimes.
There is always more movement in the bows or at the stern you could hit really rough weather on that ship through Biscay or even in the Med. It will not be as much movement as on smaller ships. Two other drawbacks with the bows are that you can expect some noise generally early in the morning and evening at anchor port when the anchor is lowered or raised and it can be a long way to go from your cabin to many of the activities (and breakfast in the Windjammer). regards Nei.
You will feel more movement yes,if your unlucky with the weather.but we have had a forward cabin several times and its something you get used to however, if you have apprehensions try one amidships,and dont go to high up on the decks for a cabin.be brave they are not bad.
You will feel more movement yes.
Whilst I'm not familiar with this particular ship, I would say the nearer the front and the higher the deck, the more you feel the movement of the ship if the seas are rough.
If your ill just see customer service for sea sick tabs 3-4hrs latter you will be fine anywhere on board ship. ps they are fre.