Just got off of the Rhapsody last Sunday. The solarium pool mentioned above was really interesting....peaceful atmosphere, current in the water and 2 spas. There were mostly adults in there but with a minimum age of 16, we did end up with a couple of bubbas who splashed in with their cowboy hats on their heads. We also found that the family that drinks together, shouts together among other annoying things. The table for 10 next to us at dinner surely had a couple thousand in alchohol....during dinner alone. Some of those kids didn't look 18 to me. Another family of 6 were in the schooner bar together. Each of them had a daqueri or a Guiness in hand. The son started out by messing with the musicians equipment so that sis could wow us with her own piano playing (badly, I might add). Later mom walked on the seats to drag dad to the dance floor for a songs worth of groping for 2....in front of us, the kids, the Almighty, and the bar staff. Our waiter explained that minors weren't even allowed to drink even if parents bought the hooch, but I didn't see anyone actively enforcing it. As a possible alternative...it's on the land but.....last summer my wife and I went to El Dorado Royale in the Riviera Maya. All inclusive (even drinks of all kinds), adults only (but not sleazy), 5 pools (including a saltwater, natural stone pool), 4 restaurants, attentive staff, nice beach. Rocky bottom in the water but all things considered, not a bad alternative to a cruise.