The Adventure of the Seas is a voyager-class cruise ship in the Royal Caribbean
fleet. It is a 138,000-ton ship that cruises
at 23.7 knots and holds 3,114 guests.
The Adventure of the Seas cruises to the Caribbean and Europe and does trans-Atlantic crossings.
There are four main categories of staterooms on the Adventure of the Seas: Suite/Deluxe Staterooms, Balcony Staterooms, Outside Staterooms and Inside Staterooms. Each stateroom includes a television, telephone, private bath and shower, vanity and hair dryer.
The Adventure of the Seas provides several dining options, the cost of which is included in the cruise, including the Main Dining Room, the Windjammer Cafe, the Cafe Promenade and room service. There are also specialty restaurants such as Portofino, Johnny Rocket's and Ben and Jerry's on board the ship whose cost is not included in the cruise.
In the evening, the Adventure of the Seas offers Broadway-style stage productions, ice skating shows in Studio B, parades down the Royal Promenade, gaming in the Casino Royale, parties and theme nights.
The Explore Academy gives lessons in things like salsa and swing dancing, cooking and ice-skating. Other activities on board the ship include bingo, shopping and taking scuba lessons in the Sea Trek Scuba class.
Sports and Fitness
The Adventure of the Seas has a nine-hole miniature golf course, a golf simulator, a basketball court, a running track, an ice-skating rink, rock climbing walls, a fitness center and a day spa.
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