During our last cruise, which went to some colder climates, I asked the captian (during a Q&A time) if there was any way to make the pools warmer, and he said no...that they simply stay at 74 degrees. He didn't provide any explanation why he couldn't warm them up more. We also had a stat sheet for our cruise as to how much food was consumed, how much fuel was used, how much fresh water was made, etc., etc. The de-salinazation plant is already making fresh water for the ships water supply...why not just make more for the pools?
Generally speaking, we cruise the Mexican Riviera during non summer months, where as most summer time cruises or caribbean cruises are already very warm. It just seems like they could easly warm the pools up to a nicer temperature and/or use fresh water, but they won't do it.
MSC Seaside, February 2018
Past Cruises -
HAL Westerdam, November 2016, Liberty of the Seas, May 2016, Caribbean Princess December 2015, Crown Princess February 2015, Crown Princess October 2014, Grand Princess May 2014, Sapphire Princess January 2014, Sapphire Princess October 2013, Sapphire Princess April 2013, Carnival Splendor, October 2012, Carnival Splendor, October 2011, Carnival Spirit, December 2010, Radiance of the Seas, March 2010, Mariner of the Seas, May 2009, HAL Ryndam, April 2008, Carnival Elation, September 2007, NCL Star, December 2006, Grand Princess, February 2006, Monarch of the Seas, May 2005