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yep, it happens to them too

Team Brunel On-Board Reporter Stefan Coppers is prone to seasickness. People who are seasick feel ghastly and want nothing more than to get back on dry land as soon as possible. That’s a little tricky as far as Stefan is concerned. The hulk of a Dutch media man has developed all kinds of handy tricks in a bid to limit his motion sickness – which is also called kinetosis in the medical world.

“If I had the winning tip, I wouldn’t get seasick,” Stefan Coppers laughs. “There isn’t really a remedy for seasickness. Some people are prone to it and others are not. In our team, there are lads who can work and live below deck whatever the weather. Pablo Arrarte and I, on the other hand, suffer badly from seasickness.” Read on.