I love Sea Days because you get to really enjoy the ship.
Our first activity of the day was Redemption Spa. We booked the Spa package that provides access to the Spa for three hours. It was $39 per person and a relaxing way to spend the morning (7:30 am - 10:30 am). The Spa had a small pool, one two-person hot tub, two cold Emerson tubs, mudroom, sauna, salt room, steam room, lounge chairs, and large marble lounge areas. Sorry I wasn't able to get any pictures.
After our time in the spa, we were hungry and we headed to The Galley for brunch. Yummy!
Dry Dock (hair salon) was up next for me! I had a blowout scheduled and enjoyed the pampering. After the morning in the spa, it was perfect timing. It was a nice experience and well worth the price.
Our afternoon was spent in the red hammock (of course) and on the verandah until it was time to get ready for the show and dinner.
Duel Reality, the show, was fantastic! It’s a unique and modern take on Romeo & Juliet. A must-see!
Dinner was at The Test Kitchen and it was fun with cutting-edge food and exceptional service. The food was not your typical cruise food and you must be an adventurous eater to enjoy the six-course meal.
It was Scarlet Night and most Sailors were wearing red which was festive! Scarlet Night wasn't my favorite entertainment and we didn't stay very long.
Another awesome day on the Scarlet Lady!
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