We want to reassure our guests that seasickness is relatively uncommon on smaller vessels like catamarans, especially when the seas are calm (as experienced on the Saronic route). Throughout our 16 years of experience, even individuals highly susceptible to seasickness typically encounter only occasional, mild nausea, mainly on the first day of sailing or during rough seas, particularly if they follow the captain’s advice on possible itineraries.

Beyond using medication, informing your captain about seasickness concerns at the start of the charter allows him to plan a gentler route with more breaks for swimming and relaxation. Notably, catamaran sailing has significantly fewer instances of seasickness compared to cruise ships or larger motor yachts.