Sea Days

What activities are most popular on Sea Days?  I tend to enjoy my balcony, read, walk around the ship, and nap times are awesome.

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Monique and I make it a point to get up early and have nice breakfast. Then by looking at the schedule we will be by the pool or an area of equal peace and watch the ocean.

On the Panama Cruise there were lectures on the Canal and we attended those and of course the wine and cheese tasting....

 

I enjoy the pool/bar and see if there are any interesting things on the compass to do. My BF tends to want to sleep in, and I get antsy... 

I do not like Sea Days Sad

Usually walk about the ship a bit. Read and enjoy the balcony. Go to the basketball court and shoot a few hoops. Lounge at the pool in the late afternoon. I am never at a loss for things to do. Mind you that is on the smaller ships as that is what we have always been on. Next cruise is on a Behemoth so ... even more possibilities :D

Love sea days.  Sleep late, Sea day brunch and then hang out at the pool until something else strikes our fancy.  

Stop by the bar, check out the pool, stop by the bar, check out the Serenity area, stop by the bar, look at the buffet, stop by the bar, check out the shops, stop by the bar and check out the atrium. Then I go to the barBig Smile

Sea Day Brunch,  lay by the pool a bit,  Mini golf,  sit on balcony and read,  watch the sun set with a good glass of wine,  maybe go to the art auction for some Champagne,  see what activities are listed in the daily paper,  catch a movie in the theater.......

 

I love sea days on some of the transatlantic cruises I had 8 sea days and did not get bored with them,  That's what cruising is about relaxing and enjoying the ocean around you.

We love our sea days.   Time in the spa.  Time to photograph the ship.  Hit the casino at any time.

Get up go for my walk on the deck. Nice leisure breakfast. Quite spot to catch my journal up and read.

Get rest and take it easy......really easy.Happy 

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