I had similar on the way back on one trip. I was sliding in the bunk until my feet hit the end and then slide back until my head hit the other end. I woke at 4.00am and I could hear someone chucking up in the next cabin, after hearing that I joined in the chorus.I went to visit my Aunt in Tassie years ago just after winter & put my car on SOT for free or as part of the ticket fair which was just crew cabin class(cheapest).
Sounds like a bit of an extension here in the off peak, as per any travel atm I wouldnt be booking it to far in advance but its good to know its there
Man I have to say that was one rough ride to!!
I remember it well, I woke in the middle of the night to the sound of someone spewing just a a few rows away in their seat which I just chuckled & went back to sleep, in the morning all the toilet & hand basins were full of chunder & the smell right through the ship as we pulled into the calm waters of Devonport.
The sea was that rough they locked all the deck doors & the waves were crashing over ther bow & side rails of the ship.
Yep I remember that well, good thing I have a strong stomach, didnt spill a drop myself
I can only imagine what its like on one of those small yatchs crossing the strait!!
Well, you can always load the car on the boat and fly to Launceston to get it on the other side. That's what I would do.I went over with the car on the Devil Cat nearly 20 years ago. The swell was over 6 metres and the trip only took about 7 hours but it was like a circus ride you couldn't get off. There was chunder everywhere which made you sick even if the ride didn't. My wife and I still have fond memories of that one so it's unlikely we'll do any sea voyage to Tassy ever again.
Yeh could be bad spirits from the 100's if not 1000's of people lost at sea just having funNah first one is clearly a poltergeist .