Fire pits can add a very dramatic atmosphere to a pleasure cruise. As everyone who has been on a pleasure cruise already knows, these vessels offer guests with all that they could possibly ask for in luxury accommodations. From exquisite bars and dining lounges to delicious foods and top notch entertainment, a cruise is a great way to get away from it all and enjoy your vacation in style. Now that fire pits have finally caught on with the public, a growing number of cruise companies are finding ways to incorporate these devices onto the deck of their ships. As a result, the passengers of luxurious pleasure cruises can now enjoy the sight of an open fire when they are surrounded by hundreds of miles of open ocean.
There are a wide variety of fire pits available that can be safely used on a pleasure cruise. Some of these devices are quite small and are simply designed to provide a small amount of open fire in order to add a little bit of decorative flair to the deck of a luxury cruise.
Other items are quite large and are used as the centerpiece of an impressive display that truly ties all of the design elements in the decor of the ship together. Some of these displays combine impressive water fountains and colored lighting with fire pits to create sights that are truly stunning to behold. While ice sculptures have been a mainstay of the decorations on luxury cruises for decades, the cruising industry is finally beginning to embrace pyrography as dramatic design through the use of pits.
The use of them on cruise ships was actually adopted from the use of these devices in other luxury accommodations in other parts of the world. For example, the luxury hotels and casinos of Las Vegas have used fire pits in their outdoor displays as well as their lobbies for quite some time. However, it was not until recent years that these devices began appearing appearing on cruise ships. This is no doubt thanks in part to the fact that fire pits are currently enjoying a surge in popularity amongst middle class home owners. Regardless of where this trend originated, one thing is definitely for certain: there will be many more fire pits on cruise ships in the years to come.