This was our experience, just sharing for what it’s worth.
Trams - Our experience was that trams were few and far between. Be prepared for a LOT of walking. It is a long distance from the ship to the beach and the swimming pool. There are paved pathways through the main areas.
Ice/Water – If you go early, fill your mugs with ice and water before you leave the ship. We arrived between 8:30 and 9:00 a.m. and went directly to Chill Island. We tried to get ice/water at the Chill Grill but there was no ice or drinks available. They said they don’t open till 10:00. One of the guys took our mugs somewhere and got ice for us, which we appreciated. We ended up at the swimming pool, and the bar there was open and they did fill our mugs with ice and water.
Pool – The pool (Oasis Lagoon) is very nice. There is no deep water, so it’s safe and fun for the whole family. If you go early, there is not much of a crowd in the pool, while later in the afternoon it did get a bit more crowded.
Food – We found the food to be good. Our family had the Greek salad, cheeseburger, fries, mozzarella sticks, and funnel cakes.
Chill Island – The day we were there, the water was murky with lots of seaweed. DD (an adult) and I were on floating mats. The water is shallow a long way out, so we were not in deep water. We hadn’t been out there too long when she had her arms hanging off the mat, and said, “Ow! Something just bit me!” Then it happened again, and she decided to get out of the water. At first we thought it was insects, although we never saw any. When she stood up, her legs were then being bitten/stung by something. It was pretty painful for a few hours, then her arms got numb and tingly, and then later she felt like they were bruised, although no bruises appeared. We weren’t sure what got her, maybe jellyfish? Anyway, our experience in the ocean that day wasn’t good.
Watch Your Bags! - They do have lockers available, but we didn’t use them. We had family sitting with our bags most of the day, but there were a couple of times when they were in the pool and I went to the restroom and left my bags unattended. When we got back to the ship, my husband couldn’t find his hearing aids which he had put in a small box in the bag. Also missing were my cell phone charger, his sunglasses, and his watch. He walked back to the island to the two places we had been sitting and searched, but didn’t find anything. We checked with the ship’s lost & found several times over the next two days, but nothing was turned in. We believe someone must have gone through our bags when they were unattended. Costly lesson for us!
We didn’t visit the water park.