As for daytime activities, the ship is home to a zipline, arcade, carousel, surfing, casino, mini golf, rock climbing walls, ping pong, a kids activity pool, a sports pool, and two main pools. We entered the cabin and it seemed basically the same as any other standard balcony cabin on a Freedom or Voyager class ship. Very Fun and Relaxing. You had to crawl up under the desk to be able to see what you're doing to plug something into an outlet. So no real port info to follow, sorry. Lauderdale was in the distance, we were at sea! At the most basic level, LGBT travelers board cruise ships for the same reasons as everyone else.
Our cabin attendants were Cherry and Mari Sol and I can't say enough about how much they made our trip.
The Solarium is on 2 levels and very nice! It features numerous restaurants as well as several floors of dining rooms. While Ellen and Judy have not experienced outright homophobia from ship staff, they are aware that fellow passengers are not always as welcoming.
Layout is more logical than in some other terminals I've