Lounge chairs & desk space.

How do you manage to get a lounge chair on the deck aside from showing up at midnight & saving it until the next day. Truly ticks me off!

10 Answers

There is not much other than going at a reasonable time, or taking shifts and rotate.

My BFs parents were leaving and let us know if we were going to the solarium that we could have their seats.

I have not run into this problem myself. We have seen trouble on occasion, but we are pretty easy going in this matter. Sometimes we wait , other times we look elsewhere. They are after all, pretty big boats....

Pool side is a hot location.....Wink

I really think that the chronic lounge hogs work in packs. LOL.

Maybe one of them sleeps outside instead of the cabin?

I have red hair and fair-skinned so all I want is a little vitamin sea and d. Serenity may be a better fit since I can jockey for a lounger with a cover.

I usually find chairs and loungers at places other than pool / muts / serenity area.

Many of the other upper decks have plenty of them; they are just too remote for the chogs.

I need to be at least in a close proximity of the pool/jacuzzis... I like to dip, and relax, and tan, and drink and repeat

We usually spend the better part of the day in the pool so we wait and watch for a chair to open up and then we just pile our stuff on and eventually people give it up, LOL

This is a common plague on all ships. There is no answer, other than to get up early and get a lounge.


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