We wanted to begin with photos from the AFT (back or rear) of the ship except for Sports Deck 13.
Working our way from Deck 12 to Deck 6:
Deck 11 is the outdoor extension of Market Place where outdoor dining is available for Breakfast, Lunch and on certain night’s Dinner weather permitting.
Decks 9, 10, and 11 which are guest room decks have outdoor seating including tables, lounges and some other places to sit.
Deck 8 has a shuffle board mat.
Deck 7 is the wrap around promenade deck. At the bow (front) of the ship is an area for the crew to enjoy. It’s the perfect place to enjoy arrivals and departures, to run and to walk and there are a few seating areas.
Deck 6 is where on each voyage PGA Golf Pros give group instruction (included in the cruise fare) and private lessons (for an extra fee) and has places to practice putting and driving). There are also two table tennis (ping pong) tables and a cabinet with balls and paddles.
Last night was dinner for us at Waterside. Dinner menus plus Vegetarian menu follows.
We enjoyed four courses but forgot to get many of the photos. Must have been the wine.
Crab appetizer, salads, and our waiter ordered Surf n' Turf for us between Steak Diane plus and having some Jumbo Tiger Shrimp added to the entree.Fourth and final course was cheese for Keith and Ice Cream for Anne Marie. And yes, the wine.
It was very quiet in Waterside for the entire time we were there. Probably the quietest time ever. We understand over two-thirds of the guests were dining at the specialty restaurants.
Todays daily Reflection Program was not on line.
Today's Waterside Lunch Menus.
Today is the only sea day of the cruise. Lots of enrichment and other activities on the program.
We stuck to our morning routine of exercise for Keith, breakfast and a walk on the Promenade Deck.
The only difference was the required Antigen Test for everyone except those getting off next Monday in Miami.
Even though we are not getting off they want to test everyone who will be staying on-board for the next cruise.
As was the case last week we were assigned to the time-slot for those guests who are in-transit meaning they are continuing on for the next cruise.
Keith took the paper bracelet in case he gets off tomorrow in Nassau as this is a Bahamian requirement. Anne Marie will stay on board for sure so she didn't get one.
The good news is everyone who tested was negative.
After lunch, Keith played Paddle Tennis which he enjoyed a great deal and Anne Marie walked the Promenaded Deck and we are enjoying the remainder of this very nice sea day.