The pools on the Glory are great, though only the Camp Carnival pool is good for young kids. Unless you bring some floaties for them. The Main Lido deck pools are nice and will be then center of activity durring sea days. At the rear of the ship is the "Adults only" pool area. With a smaller pool, still nics and 2 more hottubs. A little quieter area than the main pools. Also the view from these hottubs overloooks the wake of the ship, very nice. There is also a nice hottub in the gym with a waterfall. And this one you can normally have to yourself.
As far as other Glory info goes. There are saunas in the gym that have full view windows that look over the water. SO NICE!! And there is a nice balcony on the front of the Empress deck. Just go to the front corner and there will be a door heading out on each side.
Enjoy your trip!!!
Randy and Heather
"So many nights I've just dreamed of the ocean, God I wish I was sailing again." Buffett
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I did the eastern caribbean cruise out of Port Canaveral on the Glory in aug 2007. There is a small kiddie pool on board; more like a wading pool; probably a foot deep. Other than that, it's the 3-5 deep pools. the water slide is super fun! I loved the Glory so much that I booked another cruise for this aug on the Liberty; a ship from the same class. So, enjoy!