Last summer, they always left the midships pool roof almost all the way closed, even when it was a beautiful sunny day. Personally, I think it makes the area smell funny, more of chlorine, and traps the noise in, since this seemed to have been the pool most of the children favored. When we were on Veendam and Maasdam years ago, the slider was more pushed back to the sides of the mechanism.
What do y'all think about the sliding roof's best position?
The BEST position is of course open fully when the sun is shining and the weather is good. I, too, have noticed that the roof is most often partially or mostly closed even in the best of weather.
It gets so hot and humid inside the Lido pool area, without a breath of air, that it becomes like a greenhouse! I thought the purpose of the roof was to keep out inclement weather, not beautiful breezes on a fair day!