Starting at the rear (aft), this deck is the first deck beside the rock climbing wall with suites at the very end (decks 9 and 10 also have suites). These suites look like they would be fun, with great views of the AquaTheater...if you don't mind always being on display to anyone that turns their head and looks up.
I'm a little confused though...the layout in the brochure shows the Rock Climbing wall on Deck 7, with no suite (with balcony) beside it. Does that not look like a balcony suite? There should be only three suites, deck 11 shows a little staircase behind a wall, which might have access from the deck 10 suite, though the floorplan doesn't say this suite is two stories....and in the picture below, you can see people on deck 11:
So what's that area on the same level as the rock climbing wall? A prep area for the wall?Further up the ship is the nightclub "Dazzles". I think we checked it out, but didn't stay (we're not nightclub people). Dazzles is not really in Central Park itself, but is accessible at the rear end of the Park after going inside. It over looks the Boardwalk and AquaTheater.
This picture is the forward portion of Central Park.
The glass structure at the top is a giant skylight. The triangle glass structure at the bottom of the picture is a sitting area that I'll show later.
Look how bright it is! Natural light! Yay! All thanks to this:
In the bottom of this bad shot is the Rising Tide Bar. We never experienced it, since it wasn't open all the time, and like most things on the ship, you have to schedule it into your day.
You can also sometimes find Dreamworks characters here!