Posted by: Andrew | April 18, 2009

Adventure of the Seas stands true to its name

Adventure of the Seas is the third of five in the Voyager Class of ships from Royal Caribbean. Itineraries leave out of Puerto Rico, and offer great Southern Caribbean Cruises. I highly recommend flying in a day early and enjoy the site seeing of Puerto Rico before departing on your cruise. There is so much to do and see on Adventure of the Seas, and with almost 1200 crew and over 3100 passengers, this vessel is one of the largest cruise ships afloat. Activities are endless, as the ship has a rock climbing wall, roller blading and jogging tracks, golf simulator, full basketball/volleyball court, and a nine hole mini golf course.

On Adventure of the Seas the Royal Promenade is the hub of the ship, a boulevard of shops, bars and cafes. One distinct feature on Royal Caribbean’s Voyager Class of ships is the Royal Promenade cabins. These are inside cabins with a window allowing you to look down below at the Royal Promenade active scenery. If traveling with a family where two cabins are needed, I recommend getting a balcony and a Royal Promenade cabin. That will allow you to experience all the different views available for your family to see.

Check out Royal Caribbean discounts that are currently available.

Portofino is the specialty restaurant on board Adventure of the Seas. The Italian themed restaurant charges $20 per person cover charge; come hungry, as it offers a seven course meal. You will need to make reservations as early as possible on your cruise or you may get locked out of this restaurant as it’s quite popular.  If you decide to have a quiet dinner in your cabin, you can order from the 24 hour room service that will include selections from the main dining room.

On Adventure of the Seas, Hot Ice is the must see ice rink show. There’s no charge,  but the venue fills up rather quickly so get your tickets as soon as they become available on board. Those who like live music will hear a number of different styles; from country and jazz, to classical and rock, the evenings will have endless live musical selections to enjoy.

Royal Caribbean’s children’s programs are quite good as well. There are five categories: 3 – 5 years, 6 – 8 years, 9 – 11 years, 12 – 14 years and 15 – 17 years. There are daytime activities, both while at sea and in port, as well as evening events are planned. Teens also have their own club to enjoy.

Adventure of the Seas truely provides a wonderful Caribbean experience of great ports of call, endless activities and beautiful scenery for all to enjoy.

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