Pools on Cruise Ships

So you have entertainment, activities, non stop eating on cruise ships. What’s missing?Pools – and lots of them.

This was the baby pool. Or in other words that ones that still use nappies and very likely will pee in the pool.

Pools on Cruise Ships

Jacuzzis/hot tubs whatever you want to call it. When we arrived it was 40 degrees out. So this hot tub was very popular for the people that HAD to get in a pool two minutes after we boarded the ship.

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The entire upper deck is literally pool after pool after pool.

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Baby pool is an artistic form in itself.

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And don’t forget to sun worship.

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3 Responses to Pools on Cruise Ships

  1. Even now that I’ve toured two large cruise ships (but still haven’t actually gone on a cruise) I’m amazed at all of the things there are on a ship. That’s a lot of pools up there! I think I’d stay out of that crowded jacuzzi.
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  2. Looks like a nice cruise ship!
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  3. Jennifer says:

    From my experience, the pools just get too crowded to be enjoyable. But there’s only so much space on a ship.
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