Highlights include an adults-only area, a posh deck, and a “freestyle” deck where passengers can go topless.
Around the Aqua Park are hundreds of sun chairs, but not nearly enough to accommodate every passengers who wants one on a sea day.
Deck 16 is not very large to begin with and the sun chairs are really crammed in there. There is not much space to navigate, but it’s sufficient for sun bathing and getting drinks.
Spice H2O has several terraces with sun chairs and tables with sunshades.
The public sun deck on deck 17 (aft) is next to the sports complex, looking over Spice H2O. It’s sunny, of course, but never very quiet.
The sun deck on deck 18 looks over the Great Outdoors and the pool area. It is located forward. The very end of this area is closed to public.
This area can only be accessed by Suite and Villa passengers.
The adults-only sun deck with Freestyle (topless) area is for Silver members only.
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