Not being an enormous ship, there are just a few places to catch some rays away from the pool areas. We enjoyed some of the quieter nooks.
The promenade is located on deck four, but it does not go around the entire ship. The front is blocked by the Cosmopolitan restaurant, and the rear is for crew only. There are some lounge chairs on deck four if you’d like to sit someplace dry, away from the splashing of the pool. The promenade is wide enough for a couple of people to walk side-by-side. Note that the port-side is the smoking area.
You can visit deck 5, but it’s just a small space on both sides of the ship with access to the life boats. There’s no real lounge or sunning area here.
Deck 11 is the biggest sunning area on the Celebrity Summit, with lounge chairs and upright chairs along both railings and in nooks along the side of the ship. The Mast bar is located midships, so nobody has to go far for a drink (not that you ever do on a cruise ship).
On deck 12 forward are more loungers and chairs. This area is very quiet and windy most days. There is no beverage service here.
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