Private day beds, hanging chairs and a pool, but this adults-only escape is not at a resort: It's on a ship.
Annie Dang is a writer and digital producer for Traveller. She has worked as a journalist and editor in print and digital publications in Australia and overseas, and another life in law. Annie is a producer on Traveller's Flight of Fancy podcast. Follow her on Instagram @anniedangtravel
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