At the center of the open decks is The Tahitian Pool area, which
actually contains two pools as well as, a waterslide, covered hot
tubs, a bandstand 144 sun beds and 314 deck chairs. It is also
served by the Topsiders Bar and Grill.
During the days, there are occasional organized activities. One
night during warm-weather cruises, the area hosts a deck party.
Above left: There are large expanses of deck for sun worshipers. Reportedly, there are more deck chairs onboard than
Above right: One can also relax in the shade on the Outdoor Promenade, which is brightened by colorful murals
Above: Pearl is up-to-date with popular cruise ship attractions including a
large waterslide and a rock climbing wall located in back of the funnel.
Below: A grandstand overlooks the large combination basketball, tennis
and volleyball court.
Above left: Golfers can get in some practice using the ship's two golf nets.
Left: There is shuffleboard both on the open decks and in the outdoor promenade.
Below: Ping pong tables.
Below left: A giant chess set for more intellectual competitions.
Above right: The jogging track on Deck 13. The outdoor promenade also wraps
around the ship but guests are asked to limit their speed to a walking pace.
Treatment facilities include
rooms for individuals and for
couples as well as equipment
such as floating beds.
The South Pacific Spa complex offers a wide
range of services ranging from massages to
acupuncture and even botox injections, (See menu of
services from one cruise).
The spa itself is a spacious, well-designed area that
includes a hydrotherapy pool, hot tubs, thermal
chairs, sauna, steam rooms and a relaxation area.
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