”The boat was large enough to hold 25-30 people, and we never lost sight of land. But I was sick from the time they cranked the engine until I put my feet on the ground back at the harbor when the trip was over.
”There's no sickness like seasickness.
”Being seasick means trying to hold onto the boat so that you don't fall overboard while vomiting violently over the side. It means your buddies will try to fish facing away from you so their stomachs aren't turned by the sight of you upchucking.”