The open air Boardwalk is flanked on one end by the 3-deck Dazzles Bar and on the other by the AquaTheater. The Boardwalk has 6 AquaTheater suites, 221 balconied, and 8 Boardwalk-view cabins overlooking the bustling area.
Families will love Boardwalk dining at Rita's Cantina tacqueria or Johnny Rockets diner, having a hot dog at the Boardwalk Dog House, or homemade ice cream or sweets at the ice cream parlor and donut shop. Adults will like the Boardwalk Bar and the margaritas at Rita's.
Before they eat, some might want to try one of the two 43-foot tall rock climbing walls. Each has multiple climbing routes. Those who don't want to try their hands and feet at rock climbing might like to explore one of the shops on the Boardwalk, including a novelty photo shop, stuffed animal shop, candy store, teen and children's retail shops, or the Carousel cart.
The AquaTheater is used both day and night for aquatic acrobatic, synchronized swimming, dancing fountains, and light shows. It has amphitheater-type seating and a 17-foot deep pool that accommodates high divers. Billed as the most technologically-advanced area of the ship, it has to be seen to be believed. The stage goes up and down, fountains dance, lights change, and the large screens flanking the stage show it all. The OceanAria water show is shown six times per week, with two performances on each of the first three nights of the cruise. If the weather cancels one of these nights, the shows are rescheduled for later in the week.
Let's move to a quieter, more peaceful and romantic neighborhood--Central Park.
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