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Solarium on Alaskan voyages

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I know solarium is open to kids when the temperature isn't high and/or in bad weather. That said, in every daily compass I have seen for their Alaskan cruises, they have always allowed them to kids. 


Is this typical for RC's Alaskan cruises, or were they just in the daily compasses that I saw?


I don't hate kids, but I just would rather relax in quiet instead of having a kid snorkeling around me (and unfortunately the high end to luxurious cruise lines are out of my budget). 

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If the sailing is on a quantum class ship the ship has an indoor pool in addition to the solarium (and an outdoor pool)  The indoor pool is open for everyone and the solarium is limited to 16 and over.

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We sailed Alaska in August. While the solarium was open to kids for limited times, I don’t recall adults ever using the pool. Maybe the hot tub. For me, it was way too cold to even consider putting on a bathing suit. 

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