The Best Adult’s Only Sun Decks At Sea


Whether you’re cruising the Caribbean, sailing through South East Asia or navigating the Mediterranean, sun decks are an essential element of any summer getaway. If you love to lounge around by the pool, soak up the sun and enjoy luxurious outdoor spaces, read on for our curated list of the best adult’s only sun decks at sea.

The Sanctuary – Princess Cruises

With open air massages, deck chair drink delivery, an ultra-healthy menu, fresh sea air and zero children in sight, The Sanctuary is a haven for adults on the search for utter at-sea relaxation. Its polished style and exceptional service are guaranteed to impress even the most discerning of sun seekers.


The Solarium – Celebrity

Reserved exclusively for adults, The Solarium is a stunning space boasting a lap pool, whirlpool spa and gorgeous water features. Not to mention the sparkling glass walls and roof which let streams of sunlight through.

Serenity Retreat– Carnival Cruise Line

For a peaceful getaway that feels world away from Carnival’s trademark excitement, make a beeline for the adults only Serenity Retreat. With swinging hammocks, a well-stocked bar and padded deck chairs in abundance, it’s the perfect place to escape with a good book, an iPod or simply a midday snooze.

Spice H2O – Norwegian Cruise Line

During the day this tiered space is reserved for mature passengers in search of rest and relaxation. Cool off with chilled towels, Evian spritzers and VIP service. By night, the venue transforms into a lively party spot where adults can let their hair down. Find Spice H2O on Norwegian Epic, Norwegian Breakaway and Norwegian Getaway.

The Cove Pool – Disney Cruise Line

While Disney may shine the spotlight on kid-friendly cruising it also appreciates the need for tranquillity. When squealing from the little ones get to much, head to the luxurious Cove Pool and sip on coffee and cocktails while enjoying peace and quiet.

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Image sourced via Carnival Cruises Media Centre andRoyal Caribbean Press Centre. Credit: Carnival Cruises and Royal Caribbean.


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