Adventure of the Seas image The Adventure of the Seas is a truly appropriate name for this cruise ship in the Royal Caribbean fleet. It is one of the largest cruise ships afloat with something for everyone to have the cruise of a lifetime. Imagine rock climbing at sea or enjoying the use of a full basketball court. Well these are just two of the options you have on this ship. The perfection and elegance of the main dining rooms is just a sampling of the fine cuisine that await you for all three meals of the day, snacks in between meals and late night goodies. Entertainment abounds at every turn with lounges and bars galore and a three level show theatre where you can take in large scale productions the like of which will leave you in awe. Most of the staterooms feature a sitting room area and all are quite spacious. Family staterooms and suites are available for families and groups who wish to remain together in the accommodations on the Adventure of the Seas and there are wheelchair accessible staterooms and suites available for those with physical disabilities. Ice skating is one of the possibilities for your fitness needs on this ship in addition to the gym, walking/jogging track and the main swimming pools of the ship. Children from ages 3 to 17 will delight in the programs devised just for their enjoyment. Baby-sitting is also available for parents to have a night out without the kids.


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Adventure of the seas starstarstarhalf starhalf star by Mr. Bernard taylor on 19/08/2013

Very overcrowded need to ask parents to watch children after 11pm need more sun beds none available on days at sea more. Seats needed in bars lots of children sleeping on one or two seats independence has got it right....Read full review

Love Royal Caribbean Cruise lines starstarstarstarstar by Phillip Waltrip on 07/04/2013

From the very moment my wife and I stepped on board the Adventure of the Seas we were impressed by the cleanliness of the ship and the attention and politeness of the ship’s crew. Within a half an hour we were instructed to our designated life boat site and given complete instructions on what we should do in the event of an emergency. The crew was very serious and performed this important ta....Read full review

Great Cruise starstarstarstarhalf star by Wendy Wheeler on 13/05/2012

This was our tenth cruise and was the biggest ship we had travelled on. We travelled in a group of four friends and had a great time. The travel and check in process went very smoothly and we were on board by 12 noon. We had to wait for our cabins until 2pm which wasn't a chore as we had lunch in the Windjammer and explored a little of the ship. Unfortuneately we had to wait for our cases unt....Read full review

Enjoyment starstarstarstarhalf star by Priscilla Ewers on 27/09/2011

Our choice for cruising with Royal Caribbean derived from the experience of a cruise enjoyed some years ago to the Bahamas; hence we chose Royal Caribbean once again. In addition the advertisements helped to select the cruise date, location and stateroom. We have learned that we can join the Crown and Anchor society and look forward to further travel with Royal Caribbean.....Read full review

Adventure of the Seas Malaga July 16th starstarstarstarhalf star by Stewart Robertson on 26/07/2011

The largest vessels we have previously been on had some 30 passengers, so it would be an experience as to what sailing with some 3,598 others would be like on Royal Caribbean’s Adventure of the Seas. We live in Malaga and it seemed a convenient way of visiting Rome, Florence and Ajaccio in Corsica. No flights to organise, no hanging about in airports and less than an hour’s drive to th....Read full review

We had never sailed with Royal Caribbean before as we prefer the dining options and ‘Freestyle’ approach of NCL but our TA told us we would ‘love’ this cruise and indeed we felt we should at least try a different cruise line for a comparison. The itinerary was sail from Malaga for Villefrance (for Nice), Civitavecchia for Rome, Sardinia and then Palma Majorca. Fligh....Read full review

MRS starstarstarstarstar by MELANIE HALL on 06/09/2010

YES I WOULD RECOMMEND ROYAL CARIBBEAN CRUISES, BUT WE FELT THIS SHIP IS IN NEED OF UPDATING. LAST YEAR WE WENT ON NAVIGATOR OF THE SEAS, EVEN THOUGH THIS SHIP IS SLIGHTLY YOUNGER THAN ADVENTURE, NAVIGATOR WAS BETTER. OUR CABIN, A BALCONY CABIN ON DECK 9, WAS TIRED LOOKING. THE CARPETS WAS IN NEED OF CLEANING AND THE BED SETTEE WAS DIRTY. BUT HAS IT PUT US OFF GOING AGAIN, DEF NOT, ALL I CAN SAY IS....Read full review

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