Do not and I repeat, do not take both the patch and a gravol pill. Tried the patch and worked pretty good. Mind you I was bending over most of the day gutting fish, so didnt have a good horizon all day. Still able to eat and have a beer. Next day though I will take a gravol pill as well. I FELT AWESOME! Bent over all day in the boat, ate, drank beer, felt awesome, no wozziness. The next morning I lost most of eyesight. All blurry. Not blind, but couldnt use a phone. Turns out one of the effects of too much gravol (or whatever is in it) is loss of vision. Took 24 hours to get it all back.Pukey flatlander here, going to the coast fishing tomorrow and need to know what to take. I heard the patch don’t work. I had some good Mexican stuff but its all gone
Pukey flatlander here, going to the coast fishing tomorrow and need to know what to take. I heard the patch don’t work. I had some good Mexican stuff but its all gone
Toilet doesn't help you. Need to be anchored or at a dock to be legal. So, keep the driver sober and do what you want. But Lund is correct, less booze usually equals a better time on the boat if you get seasick easy.Where at the coast your going fishing? Booze, like beer will make it worst. Plus if your the principle operator and boat has no toilet, there is a legal issue.
Toilet doesn't help you. Need to be anchored or at a dock to be legal. So, keep the driver sober and do what you want. But Lund is correct, less booze usually equals a better time on the boat if you get seasick easy.
Focus on the horizon
We got a pontoon boat, I asked many people, all said the cops here don't really ask to see toilet, especially on a pontoon boatWell thank's, i guess i will tell the wife no more wine for you when were out for the day LOL. I'll break it to her gently.
Non issue for me, i don't drink.
I thought this only applied to small runabouts and not larger vessels with full kitchens and bathrooms, i will look farther into it but i have been boarded before by coast guard for inspection of gear and had bottle of wine sitting on the table, they said nothing about it.
When i lived at the coast i had a 24ft Bayliner Trophy with a cuddy that had a small head. I also had a 32ft Grady White, floating motor home LOL, and there was always booze on board. With the Grady we be out a week at a time, took it up to Rupert from Campbell river couple years in a row fishing along the way.
Now i have an aluminum tin box that almost requires you to wear a kidney belt and makes more noise then has go but i live in the interior.
Looking forward to getting back to the coast fishing in my tin soap box. LOL