Adventure Of The Seas

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The 138,000-ton, 3,114-guest Adventure of the Seas is a revolutionary marvel of naval engineering. Innovations on this ship include enhanced staterooms, expanded dining options and exceptional recreational facilities.

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2 NIGHT SAMPLER CRUISE

Adventure Of The Seas
Royal Caribbean International
Departing Date: August 29, 2014
Departing From: SOUTHAMPTON - ENGLAND
Royal Caribbean International
Ports of Call: SOUTHAMPTON - ENGLAND | PARIS (LE HAVRE) - FRANCE | SOUTHAMPTON - ENGLAND
Interior

$354

Oceanview

$359

Balcony

$414

Suite

$519

  • Itinerary
  • Ship Information
  • Deck Plans
  • Staterooms
  • Other Dates
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Itinerary: 2 NIGHT SAMPLER CRUISE

Itinerary
Location
Arrival
Departure
Fri Aug 29, 2014 SOUTHAMPTON - ENGLAND -- 4:30 PM
Sat Aug 30, 2014 PARIS (LE HAVRE) - FRANCE 7:00 AM 9:00 PM
Sun Aug 31, 2014 SOUTHAMPTON - ENGLAND 5:30 AM --

Note: Cruise itinerary is subject to change. Please verify ports and times with the cruiseline directly.

Adventure Of The Seas Facilities / On Board Activities

Dining / Dinner Entertainment / Recreation Gratuity Policies
No. of Dinner Sittings:
2

Usual Dinner Hours:
6:15pm & 8:30pm

Special Diet:
Low-fat, diabetic, low-cholesterol, vegetarian

Dress Code:
Varies each night
Art Gallery
Bars/Lounges/ Night Clubs - 11
Casino
Disco
Ice Rink
Inline Skating Track
Photo Shop and Photo Gallery
Pool Bar
Pools - Outdoor - 3
Whirlpools - 6
Waiter
$3.50 per person per day

Asst. Waiter
$2.00 per person per day

Cabin steward
$3.50 per person per day
Services Health and Beauty Athletic/Exercise Facilities
Beauty Salon
Laundry/Ironing/Dry Cleaning Service
Wedding Chapel
Health Spa (with whirlpools) 9 Hole Golf Putting Course
Fitness Center
Jogging Track
Rock Climbing Wall

Adventure Of The Seas Onboard Experience

Royal Caribbean CruisesAdventure of the Seas was the third in the series of Voyager-class vessels (Voyager, Explorer, Adventure and Navigator), entering service in 2001. Adventure is a nearly identical to her sisters, also featuring an ice skating rink, rock-climbing wall, in-line skating track, horizontal atrium, and inside-facing cabins with a promenade view. Like Voyager, this 3,114-passenger ship appeals to people of all ages -- from kids to seniors -- and with nearly every taste. This is a real people-watching ship; even those who can't do all of what the Adventure offers seem to enjoy watching those who can. The 40-foot-high rock-climbing walls are busy all day. There is an ice-skating rink for recreational skating as well as for Ice Capades-type shows, and a curvaceous rollerblading track on the open decks. There's a three-story dining room, one of among the biggest casinos at sea, and a 9-hole miniature golf course. A "first" on Adventure is a dedicated lab space for the Atmospheric and Oceanographic Laboratories, providing experts with tools to monitor all kinds of important oceanic metrics. They also offer hands-on demonstrations, interaction with scientists and such displays as a touchable iceberg to passengers.

There are a full three miles of public corridors, but the hallways are occasionally "jiggered" so you don't get a sense of the full distance, plus excellent signage precludes anyone getting too grievously lost. However, after a simple "let's go see the ship!" comment leads you out the door, by the time you return to your cabin you will feel like Marco Polo. The 500-foot-long, over three-lanes-wide four-deck-high Royal Promenade is all too evocative of an onshore mall. The promenade is lined with the Cork & Kettle English Pub, a 24-hour cafe for pizza and pastries; a sports bar; and shops displaying their ship's logo items outside to designer merchandise by Versace, Bulgari, and Lladro inside.

There is a $4.25-per-scoop Ben & Jerry's. Pay-per-view in-cabin movies are $11.95, and there's actually an admission charge to Johnny Rockets (although the burgers are free, and worth every cent). There's a $20 surcharge for the small alternative restaurant Portofino which honestly has not earned as much praise as the alternative dining on other megaships. The Aquarium Bar boasts 56-ton salt water tanks holding hundreds of tropical fish; there is a clubby cigar lounge; the nautical-inspired Schooner Bar; a well-stocked library; the Card Room; the Champagne Bar; and the Skylight Wedding Chapel (at the highest point on the ship, on Deck 15). An Internet Center, royalcaribbeanonline, is open 24 hours. (basic charge is 50 cents a minute). There is no self-service launderette.


Adventure Of The Seas Things to Do

Entertainment:
Royal Caribbean CruisesThe ship's "name" performers - take Charo (please!) for example - are likely to have peaked in popularity well before Johnny Carson left the Tonight show. The magicians and stand-up comedians in the lounges are generally "up and coming," possible future stars and are accordingly pleasingly diverting. A roving quartet of "Krooze Komics," performs elaborate acrobatics shows and impromptu physical comedy in the Royal Promenade. The Vegas-style production shows, especially clever in their special effects, rival Carnival's for the best at sea.
 
Fitness:
The ship's well-equipped gym still draws serious fitness buffs with its full range of state-of-the-art machines. The two-level Steiner Spa, with its winding staircase, looks more like the lobby of a boutique hotel, albeit with a Greek motif. It houses a small attractive thelassotherapy-like pool in an airy glass-enclosed but private semi-circular room. The Solarium's serene outdoor pool area nestles behind the spa; you're surrounded there by fountains, foliage, and statues, with a retractable glass ceiling overhead.
 
For Kids:
The "Adventure Ocean" youth program has age-specific facilities and programs supervised by youth counselors for Aquanauts (age 3-5, must be toilet trained), Adventures (age 6-8), Adventures (age 9-11), Navigators (age 12-14) and Teens (age 15-17). The program runs year-round in the Caribbean, Bermuda, Bahamas, Mexico, Hawaii and Alaska. Parents can leave their children at Adventure Ocean while they take shore excursions. For this purpose, the facilities open 30 minutes ahead of morning shore excursion departures. Otherwise, organized activities are offered from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., with group babysitting from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. for a fee. Teen centers are now open past 2 a.m. Teens will find their own private coffee house and disco.

A new program for infants and toddlers 6 months to 3 years, in partnership with toy maker Fisher-Price, offers 45-minute playgroups for children accompanied by an adult, involving storytelling, creative arts, music and a variety of Fisher-Price learning toys and games.

Private babysitting is offered from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 a.m., provided sitters are available, for children from one year old. The rate is usually between $8.00 and $10 per per hour depending on the number of children in the family. Cash payment is made directly to the sitter. Arrange through Guest Services at least 24 hours in advance.


Adventure Of The Seas Dining / Dinner

Cuisine:
Mouthwatering descriptions on the menus notwithstanding, you just won't hear people raving about the food. Choices can feel somewhat limited and not very imaginative.
 
Restaurants:
The ship's elegant main restaurant features a crystal chandelier a grand, two deck staircase. The three decks it spans are separately named for famous operas; Carmen, La Boheme and the Magic Flute. The ship's second most popular dining venue (though it is more of a lunching venue) is Johnny Rockets, which now carries a $3.95 service charge, and in which you might have to wait to be seated. The vast Lido deck restaurant for casual buffet-style meals is cleverly designed to look like two individual eateries, minimizing the sense of size and crowds. Portofino, the alternative Italian restaurant, is a lovely intimately-lit venue, though you might, if you're not attentive, realize you've got your fork in an adjacent diner's salad; the tables are that close together.
 
Service:
It's obvious that the multinational staff and crew enjoy watching their passengers enjoy themselves. They're uniformly cheerful, knowledgeable, and eager to help. The wait staff in every restaurant is noticeably solicitous and conscientious.

Cabin service staff is efficient but unobtrusive. The purser's desk is notably responsive, especially in view of how much troubleshooting they must have to do on a ship this size. Room service, though, can be pretty slow.

Tipping:

Royal Caribbean suggests a per person per day gratuity of $3.50 for the stateroom attendant ($5.75 if sailing in a suite); $3.50 for the waiter; $2.50 for the Assistant Waiter; .75 Head Waiter. These gratuities may be paid in cash or charged to your onboard account. For children sailing as third or fourth passenger in the stateroom, tipping is at the parents' discretion.

A 15 percent gratuity is automatically added to all beverage tabs. Gratuities for room service, spa, casino and other staff are at your discretion.

 
Attire:
There are two formal nights per cruise. Maybe it's this ship's particularly festive reputation that induced most men onboard our sailing to don actual tuxedos for formal nights. A dark suit is just as appropriate. In general, though, this ship offers so much to do onboard that passengers don't all dress alike.


Adventure Of The Seas Ambience

Decor:
Royal Caribbean CruisesClean, simple and tasteful, featuring a lot of Art Nouveau influence, seems just right for a ship this size. The atrium boasts a beautiful fiber optic sculpture rising several stories. The ship's well-placed art is surprisingly sophisticated. Particularly notable are the Georgian-style dining rooms, a stunning tucked-away lounge for smokers called the Connoisseur Cigar Club (to which you'll have to ask directions); and the elegant Champagne Bar, with curvaceous champagne-colored leather banquettes.
 
Public Areas:
The breathtaking Royal Promenade -- four decks high, longer than a football field, wider than three lanes of traffic -- has no windows, but is always dazzlingly illuminated, as only befits a venue for Mardi Gras-style parades complete with stilt walkers, a swaying inflatable dancer, streamers and confetti.

The enormous Casino Royale, through which passengers must pass to get to the main show lounge, is gilded to within an inch of its life, with nearly 300 slots and tables for blackjack, craps, roulette and Caribbean Stud Poker. The disco pulses into the wee hours. Floor-to-ceiling seawater tanks teeming with Day-Glo tropical fish flank the Aquarium Bar. The well-stocked two-deck library, which feels like an urban bookshop, provides seating along its glass wall for an overview of the Royal Promenade. The Viking Crown Lounge is perched 14 decks above the ocean. You can get married in port in the ship's Wedding Chapel, bringing up to 60 of your closest friends and families.

The gorgeous La Scala Theater, a state-of-the-art 1,350-seat show lounge, features such decorative elements as a Murano glass chandelier and a jewel-bedecked velvet stage curtain.

That ice rink you hear so much about is a two decks below the atrium and right in the middle of the ship, which means some fancy footwork is sometimes required to get to other public areas. In fact, the great and spacious interior of the ship is almost completely surrounded by private cabins, so to get any look at the ocean at all you'll have to head for the cluster of lounges on the upper decks or outside on the decks themselves.

Amply decked out with recliners, the pool areas bustle with activity and also are the staging area for fashion shows and planned games. The real action takes place on the sports deck, where fitness fans work up a sweat playing ping-pong or basketball or rock-climbing. Families flock to the open-air 9-hole miniature golf course

The best spots for being alone with a book during days at sea are the sea view Seven of Hearts card room and Cloud Nine Lounge on Deck 14. Serious misanthropes can retreat all the way up the curving stairway to Deck 15's Skylight Chapel, where no one ever ventures, and where no music is piped in.
 
Cabins:
Royal Caribbean is known for small cabins, inside cabins are just about big enough to turn around in. Hats off to Royal Caribbean, though, for not skimping on balcony cabins. Actually, cabins are roomier than elsewhere in RCI's fleet. Inside cabins do measure a stingy 160 sq. ft; but outside cabins range from 180 to 265 sq. ft. and suites from 610 to 1188 sq. ft. Moreover, there's lots of storage, especially nice for a ship that essentially goes nowhere. Standard amenities include color TV with CNN and movies; a safe; individual temperature controls; and RCI's first hair dryers. There are tubs only in the highest category staterooms' bathrooms; most have just showers (though unexpectedly large ones) with medicine cabinets.

Deck Plans: Adventure Of The Seas

Deck Plans
Room Category Legend

AW  Accessible Suite
AX  Deluxe Ocean View w/Bal Access
AY  Oceanview Stateroom Access
AZ  Accessible Inside Stateroom
D1  Superior Oceanview Stateroom with Balcony
D2  Superior Oceanview Stateroom with Balcony
D3  Superior Oceanview Stateroom with Balcony
E1  Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Balcony
E2  Accessible Outside Stateroom
E2  Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Balcony
F  Large Oceanview Stateroom
FO  Family Oceanview Stateroom
FS  Royal Family Suite w/Balcony
G  Oceanview Stateroom
GS  Grand Suite w/Balcony
H  Oceanview Stateroom
I  Accessible Outside Stateroom
I  Oceanview Stateroom
JS  Accessible Suite
JS  Junior Suite
K  Accessible Inside Stateroom
K  Interior Stateroom
L  Accessible Inside Stateroom
L  Interior Stateroom
M  Accessible Inside Stateroom
M  Interior Stateroom
N  Interior Stateroom
OS  Owner's Suite
PR  Accessible Promenade Stateroom
PR  Promenade Stateroom
Q  Interior Stateroom
RS  Royal Suite w/ Balcony
W  Deluxe Stateroom Guarantee
X  Balcony Stateroom Guarantee
Y  Oceanview Stateroom Guarantee
Z  Interior Stateroom Guarantee


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Royal Adventure Of The Seas Deck Plans

Staterooms: Adventure Of The Seas

Royal Caribbean International - Adventure Of The Seas : Accessible Inside Stateroom
Accessible Inside Stateroom
Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size) with open bed frames, wider entry door, turning spaces, sitting area with lowered vanity, closet rods, and safe, and a private bathroom with a wider door, roll-in shower, grab bars, fold-down shower bench, hand-held shower head, raised toilet, and a lowered sink. (256 sq. ft.) Following inside staterooms have a Promenade view: 7297.
Royal Caribbean International - Adventure Of The Seas : Accessible Outside Stateroom
Accessible Outside Stateroom
Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size) with open bed frames, wider entry door, turning spaces, private balcony, sitting area with lowered vanity, closet rods, and safe, and a private bathroom with a wider door, roll-in shower, grab bars, fold-down shower bench, hand-held shower head, raised toilet, and a lowered sink. (276 sq. ft.) Review deck plan for accessible staterooms indicated by the wheelchair symbol.
Royal Caribbean International - Adventure Of The Seas : Accessible Promenade Stateroom
Accessible Promenade Stateroom

Royal Caribbean International - Adventure Of The Seas : Accessible Suite
Accessible Suite
Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size) with open bed frames, wider entry door, turning spaces, private balcony, sitting area with lowered vanity, closet rods, and safe, and a private bathroom with a wider door, roll-in shower, grab bars, fold-down shower bench, hand-held shower head, raised toilet, and a lowered sink. (276 sq. ft., balcony 69 sq. ft.)
Royal Caribbean International - Adventure Of The Seas : Balcony Stateroom Guarantee
Balcony Stateroom Guarantee
With this selection, you are guaranteed to receive a balcony stateroom, which could be in any balcony category (excluding suites), anywhere on the ship. Room assignments may be determined at any time after your reservation has been completed and paid in full up to the day of sailing.
Royal Caribbean International - Adventure Of The Seas : Deluxe Ocean View w/Bal Access
Deluxe Ocean View w/Bal Access
(275 sq. ft., balcony 42 sq. ft.) Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size) with open bed frames, wider entry door, turning spaces, private balcony, sitting area with lowered vanity, closet rods, and safe, and a private bathroom with a wider door, roll-in shower, grab bars, fold-down shower bench, hand-held shower head, raised toilet, and a lowered sink.
Royal Caribbean International - Adventure Of The Seas : Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Balcony
Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Balcony
Two twin beds that convert to a Royal King, measuring 72.5 inches wide by 82 inches long, private balcony, sitting area and a private bathroom. Rates vary from deck to deck. (164 sq. ft., balcony 51 sq. ft.)
Royal Caribbean International - Adventure Of The Seas : Deluxe Stateroom Guarantee
Deluxe Stateroom Guarantee
With this selection, you are guaranteed to receive a superior ocean view stateroom. Room assignments may be determined at any time after your reservation has been completed and paid in full up to the day of sailing.
Royal Caribbean International - Adventure Of The Seas : Family Oceanview Stateroom
Family Oceanview Stateroom
Two twin beds that convert to a Royal King, measuring 72.5 inches wide by 82 inches long, additional bunk beds in separate area, separate sitting area with sofa bed, and a private bathroom with shower. Stateroom can accommodate up to 6 guests. (265 sq. ft.)
Royal Caribbean International - Adventure Of The Seas : Grand Suite w/Balcony
Grand Suite w/Balcony
Two twin beds that convert to a Royal King measuring 72.5 inches wide by 82 inches long, private balcony, sitting area (some with sofa bed), and concierge service. (349 sq. ft., balcony 100 sq. ft.)
Royal Caribbean International - Adventure Of The Seas : Interior Stateroom
Interior Stateroom
Two twin beds that convert to a Royal King, measuring 72.5 inches wide by 82 inches long, sitting area, vanity area, and a private bathroom. (150 sq. ft.)
Royal Caribbean International - Adventure Of The Seas : Interior Stateroom Guarantee
Interior Stateroom Guarantee
With this selection, you are guaranteed to receive an interior stateroom, which could be in any interior category, anywhere on the ship. Room assignments may be determined at any time after your reservation has been completed and paid in full up to the day of sailing.
Royal Caribbean International - Adventure Of The Seas : Junior Suite
Junior Suite
Two twin beds that convert to a Royal King, measuring 72.5 inches wide by 82 inches long, private balcony, private bathroom with bathtub and a sitting area. (264 sq. ft., balcony 75 sq. ft.)
Royal Caribbean International - Adventure Of The Seas : Large Oceanview Stateroom
Large Oceanview Stateroom
Two twin beds that convert to a Royal King, measuring 72.5 inches wide by 82 inches long, sitting area with sofa, vanity area and a private bathroom. (178 sq. ft.)
Royal Caribbean International - Adventure Of The Seas : Oceanview Stateroom
Oceanview Stateroom
Two twin beds that convert to a Royal King, measuring 72.5 inches wide by 82 inches long, sitting area, vanity area, and a private bathroom. (160 sq. ft.)
Royal Caribbean International - Adventure Of The Seas : Oceanview Stateroom Access
Oceanview Stateroom Access
(276 sq. ft.) Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size) with open bed frames, wider entry door, turning spaces, sitting area with lowered vanity, closet rods, and safe, and a private bathroom with a wider door, roll-in shower, grab bars, fold-down shower bench, hand-held shower head, raised toilet, and a lowered sink.
Royal Caribbean International - Adventure Of The Seas : Oceanview Stateroom Guarantee
Oceanview Stateroom Guarantee
With this selection, you are guaranteed to receive an ocean view stateroom, which could be in any ocean view category, anywhere on the ship. Room assignments may be determined at any time after your reservation has been completed and paid in full up to the day of sailing.
Royal Caribbean International - Adventure Of The Seas : Owner's Suite
Owner's Suite
Queen-size bed, private balcony, separate living area with queen-size sofa bed, private bathroom with bathtub, separate shower and bidet, and concierge service. (559 sq. ft., balcony 90.4 sq. ft.)
Royal Caribbean International - Adventure Of The Seas : Promenade Stateroom
Promenade Stateroom
Bowed windows with a view of the Royal Promenade, two twin beds that convert to a Royal King, sitting area with sofa, vanity area, and a private bathroom. (160 sq. ft.)
Royal Caribbean International - Adventure Of The Seas : Royal Family Suite w/Balcony
Royal Family Suite w/Balcony
Two bedrooms with twin beds that convert to queen-size beds (one room with third and fourth Pullman beds), two bathrooms (one with shower, one with bathtub), living area with double sofa bed, private balcony, and concierge service. (561.9 sq. ft., balcony 246.5 sq. ft.) Stateroom can accommodate up to 8 guests. Please note: A minimum number of guests may apply. To reserve this stateroom, please contact your travel agent or one of our Certified Vacation Specialists.
Royal Caribbean International - Adventure Of The Seas : Royal Suite w/ Balcony
Royal Suite w/ Balcony
Separate bedroom with king-size bed, private balcony with hot tub, whirlpool bathtub, living room with queen-size sofa bed, baby grand piano and concierge service. (1,087.2 sq. ft., balcony 217.4 sq. ft.)
Royal Caribbean International - Adventure Of The Seas : Superior Oceanview Stateroom with Balcony
Superior Oceanview Stateroom with Balcony
Two twin beds that convert to a Royal King, measuring 72.5 inches wide by 82 inches long, private balcony, sitting area and a private bathroom. Rates vary from deck to deck. (179 sq. ft., balcony 52 sq. ft.)

Other Dates: Adventure Of The Seas

Date
Bonus
Itinerary Name
Inside From
Outside From
Select
April 20, 2014 --- 14n Ocean Voyage- Caribbean & The Azores $379 $989
May 4, 2014 --- 4 Night Belgium & France Cruise $N/A $N/A
May 8, 2014 --- 15 Night Central Mediterranean Cruise $1629 $1639
May 23, 2014 --- 7 Night Norway Cruise $1119 $1199
June 12, 2014 --- 12 Night Baltic Cruise $1866 $2619
June 24, 2014 --- 12 Night Baltic Cruise $1579 $3029
July 6, 2014 --- 14 Night Mediterranean Cities Cruise $1409 $2029
July 20, 2014 --- 14 Night Italian Mediterranean Cruise $2009 $2219
August 3, 2014 --- 14 Night Italian Mediterranean Cruise $1609 $2399
August 17, 2014 --- 12 Night Mediterranean Cruise $1929 $2189
August 31, 2014 --- 12 Night Iceland & Norway Cruise $1599 $2019
September 12, 2014 --- 16 Night Central Mediterranean Cruise $1829 $2229
September 28, 2014 --- 14 Night Spain And Canaries Cruise $1489 $2089
October 12, 2014 --- 14 Night Mediterranean Cities Cruise $1509 $1879
October 26, 2014 --- 7 Night France & Spain Cruise $929 $1009
November 2, 2014 --- 13 Night Ocean Voyage To The Caribbean $729 $909
November 16, 2014 --- 7 Night Southern Caribbean B Cruise $689 $1009
November 23, 2014 --- 7 Night Southern Caribbean A Cruise $719 $1049
December 7, 2014 --- 7 Night Southern Caribbean A Cruise $969 $1069
December 14, 2014 --- 7 Night Southern Caribbean B Cruise $666 $819
December 21, 2014 --- 7 Night South Caribbean Christmas Cruise $909 $1019
December 28, 2014 --- 7 Night South Caribbean New Year Cruise $1239 $1519
January 4, 2015 --- 7 Night Southern Caribbean A Cruise $889 $969
January 11, 2015 --- 7 Night Southern Caribbean B Cruise $599 $699
January 18, 2015 --- 7 Night Southern Caribbean A Cruise $779 $839
January 25, 2015 --- 7 Night Southern Caribbean B Cruise $549 $709
February 1, 2015 --- 7 Night Southern Caribbean A Cruise $699 $759
February 8, 2015 --- 7 Night Southern Caribbean B Cruise $619 $779
February 15, 2015 --- 7 Night Southern Caribbean A Cruise $609 $779
February 22, 2015 --- 7 Night Southern Caribbean B Cruise $579 $749
March 8, 2015 --- 7 Night Southern Caribbean B Cruise $629 $749
March 15, 2015 --- 7 Night Southern Caribbean A Cruise $639 $709
March 22, 2015 --- 7 Night Southern Caribbean B Cruise $649 $749
April 5, 2015 --- 7 Night Southern Caribbean B Cruise $659 $759
May 3, 2015 --- 6 Night Southern Caribbean Cruise $669 $839
May 30, 2015 --- 7 Night Southern Caribbean Cruise $899 $1069
December 26, 2015 --- 7 Night South Caribbean New Year Cruise $1229 $1459
January 2, 2016 --- 7 Night Southern Caribbean Cruise $709 $839
March 26, 2016 --- 7 Night Southern Caribbean Cruise $789 $949

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