Coulter - Answered a Question by hammonds (30 Jun 08 15:37)

Try one of the small aft decks if its peace and quiet you're after, otherwise you'll have to be up early, but there really is plenty of room, if you just stroll around.

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mcguire - Answered a Question by hammonds (30 Jun 08 14:47)

Well you will have to grab one pretty quick round pool is very very busy cause thats where all fun is day at sea or you can go up above pool deck at the walk as they call it they have sun beds rightround that aera mind you every body moves them about staff put them out early as 6or7 am in morning or they have topless deck right at top of ship this is mentined in the island chat that you get every night delivered to your cabin but day at sea round pool is very busy so beware but there is plenty places im sure you will find quite peacefull try down couple of decks along side of ship they have nice wee bamboo tables and chair that you can lye back on your only one day at sea per each week for your cruise but rest you will have your ports of call you can stay on ship dont have to get off hope you find sun bed ok .

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Burrows - Answered a Question by hammonds (30 Jun 08 17:16)

I would definately go for the "topless" deck at the top of the ship if I were you Hammonds! Sounds very interesting, eh? Good luck in your sunbed hunt. I am lucky enough not to be a sun worshiper, but a cruise ship is no different to any holiday hotel, with sunbeds being in high demand, especially on sea days! Make sure that you check out the policy on putting towels on sunbeds to save them on this ship. I know that P&O do not put up with this selfish activity, and allow passengers to remove any towel that has been left on an unattended sunbed for more than a certain time. Happy cruising.

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