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Can I bring a pool noodle for the pool?

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I notice that all the pools on the Eurodam are 6ft+

Is brining a pool noodle allowed so I can float?

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You can, but why take up that space?

 

The entire pool is not over 6 feet. One end with be about 3.5 feet in the Lido Pool, dropping to 6 feet, and probably 4.5 in the aft pool, going to 7 feet, I think. 

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14 minutes ago, CruiserBruce said:

You can, but why take up that space?

 

The entire pool is not over 6 feet. One end with be about 3.5 feet in the Lido Pool, dropping to 6 feet, and probably 4.5 in the aft pool, going to 7 feet, I think. 

I read and saw videos that the Eurodam specifically has *no* shallow end - all 6.5' deep. I can't verify this is true though.

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3 minutes ago, palaemon said:

I read and saw videos that the Eurodam specifically has *no* shallow end - all 6.5' deep. I can't verify this is true t

Thinking back.., I think the aft pool might range from 5 to 7 or 8 feet.

 

The midship pool definitely has a shallow end. No doubt in my mind. I was in it every other day last cruise.

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2 minutes ago, CruiserBruce said:

The aft pool is deeper, but there is a shallow end.

Perfect. Thank you. No need to worry about it then. :)

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2 minutes ago, palaemon said:

Perfect. Thank you. No need to worry about it then. 🙂

I edited my answer. Please check the updated info.

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You can buy inflatable pool noodles which take up very little space.  They’re not the best but do the job. We got some in Decathlon last year.

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3 hours ago, cookingmom said:

We bring a noodle and use it at Half Moon Cay etc.

What if they are not on a cruise that stops at HMC?

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3 hours ago, cookingmom said:

We bring a noodle and use it at Half Moon Cay etc.

 

32 minutes ago, CruiserBruce said:

What if they are not on a cruise that stops at HMC?

That's when the "etc." comes into play. :classic_cool:

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11 hours ago, palaemon said:

I notice that all the pools on the Eurodam are 6ft+

Is brining a pool noodle allowed so I can float?

I love sitting on a pool noodle and biking around in the water.  It's great for stiffness.

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I have been bringing one for years!!   They take up no space in the suitcase and add no weight.  A win, win in my book.

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