Arosa Mia deck 4 plan (Sun-Pool)

Deck layout and review

Review of Arosa Mia deck 4 (Sun-Pool)

The fore-located Navigation Bridge (called “Wheelhouse” on riverboats) is passenger accessible and collapsible (can be lowered for passing under low bridges). Next are the small round-shaped swimming pool and its sunbathing area with loungers and showers. There are several shaded seating areas covered by awnings. All awnings can be lowered for low bridges and to respond to the weather.

A Light Dome covers the Mia Atrium, letting natural daylight to illuminate of the ship’s interior.

The Top Deck’s sports amenities include a Giant Chess Board, a Golf Putting Green, and Shovelboard / Shuffleboard (2 deck games areas).

The Top Deck’s rear part has a shaded open-air seating area with tables and chairs. Along with its panoramic riverside scenery views, the aft area also hosts al-fresco lunches and cocktail hours. It is served by a Grill station / Mobile Bar.

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