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SeaCat

I think I'm going to give up crossing the Channel by alternative routes in search of a decent barfbag (or indeed, any barfbag). Unlike the Eurostar train, the SickCat (sorry, SeaCat) catamaran from Oostende to Dover does at least provide a sickness receptacle. But alas, so depressingly plain! Now that duty-free has gone, perhaps they might consider spicing up their barfbags to attract custom? (1999)

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SeaCat (logotype)

At last! A seacat bag with printing.

Thanks to Wolfgang Franken. (2002)

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Seafrance

A deep, deep bag: ideal for those longer Channel crossings.

Thanks to Ted Griffiths. (2000)

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Seafrance (purple name)

The name is now in purple, not black.

Collected this one myself on a cross-channel ferry (2004)

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Sealink

Long, thin and deep, just like the Channel.

Thanks to Kevin Middleton. (2004)

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Searail Ferries

Shameless commercialism on this bag. "Simply take Avomine for the prevention of land, sea and air travel sickness. Simply take Avomine at bedtime for round the clock control." 

Better remember to pick some up before you leave, though -- it's pharmacy-only medicine.

Oh, I think this bag came from New Zealand.

Thanks to Alan Howlett. (2003) 

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Serayu

This Mandala airbag lookalike comes from the Serayu, a ferry plying the Kupang-Denpasar route in Indonesia.

Thanks to Rita Nur Suhaeti. (2002)

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