Many of the decks running around the Europa are narrow, but there are spaces with a grass-like covering to sit and watch the ocean.
This observation deck has some very comfortable seating. None of that hard plastic stuff you see on most cruise ships, these seats are padded and perfectly reclined.
The FKK deck, or the FreiKoeper-Kultur deck, which roughly translates to the “nude” deck on the Europa is a place to iron out all the tan lines on your birthday suit.
High atop the Europa, there is a grassy (or grass-like) seating area with picnic tables to catch a glimpse of the rolling waves.
The Lido deck is a covered area with shuffleboard that opens into the Lido Café and sits on the same level as the main pool.
The Penthouse Deck is a secluded area on the Europa. It is one of the higher decks located towards the front of the ship where the ten deluxe Penthouse Suites are found. There are some great sunsets to be seen from this vantage deck.
This deck is named not because of the sports courts on the outside, but merely because it runs around the fitness center and adjoining golf simulator at the front of the Europa.