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Infinity pools, Viking Ocean Cruises

Imagine yourself on a ship that creates an illusion where you believe you are swimming out at sea. On three of the Viking Ocean Cruises ships, the Viking Star, Viking Sea and Viking Sky, the back of the ship is home to an infinity pool that allows guests to enjoy the breathtaking views of the water while traveling to their next destination. The pool has a glass bottom window where you can see the ocean both above and under the water.

Movies Under the Stars, Princess Cruises

On almost all Princess Cruises ships, guests can enjoy an outdoor movie, day and night, while relaxing by the pool, with delicious and fun movie snacks as well as blankets when it gets cold.

Aqua Duck, Disney Fantasy and Disney Dream

Everything about the pool area on the Disney Fantasy and Disney Dream exude the magic of Disney.  The most original aspect of the ships’ pools are the Aqua Duck water coasters.  While on one of the coasters you are in a clear water slide that allows you to see the entire ship and the ocean while you are sliding down, either under the sun and in the darkness of the night.

Swim-up Bar, AmaWaterways

The epitome of true relaxation while on vacation is being able to get yourself a drink without leaving the pool.  Some of the AmaWaterways river cruises, including the AmaStella and AmaViola, have a luxurious pool with a bar built in.  Guests can simply swim up to the bar and order a drink while they continue to enjoy the serenity of the pool and views of the river.

FlowRider, Royal Caribbean

Surfing should be experience by people of all ages at least once.  Royal Caribbean passengers can give surfing a try on the FlowRider, a surf simulator.  Although it is not true surfing, the FlowRider is incredibly close to real thing and allows guests to see whether or not they can handle the difficulty of popping up on a board!


5 Cruise Lines with Unique and Exciting Pools

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