Cruise Ship Review – Review of the Royal Caribbean Adventure of the Seas

In this review of the Royal Caribbean Adventure of the seas, I wanted to take a look at the sheer size of this monstrosity. Royal Caribbean has taken cruising to a whole new level.

You will be able to enjoy one-of-a-kind features like an ice-skating rink, the Royal Promenade and a rock-climbing wall just for starters. How is it possible to put so many grand scale project on a cruise ship? It is easy when you consider how big this ship really is. This ship is 138,000 gross tons.

Innovations on this and other Voyager-class cruise ships add up to more space for every guest and include enhanced staterooms, expanded dining options and exceptional recreational facilities.

The Royal Caribbean Adventure of the seas, is a member of the Voyager class of cruise ships, all of which have everything from rock-climbing walls, miniature golf courses and ice-skating rinks to specialty restaurants and bustling boulevards lined with shops and caf├ęs.

Meals in the main dining room combined wonderful service with what I thought was high-quality delicious food. The Adventure of the seas also has a reservations only dining room called the Portofino, which you should reserve early. When we finished our meal there on Sunday night, we immediately tried to make another reservation later in the week. Everything was booked save for a few late sittings.

After dinner, head over to Studio B on Deck 3 for "Cool Art, Hot Ice". Be sure to see the ice show. It's great. You have to appreciate the incredible talent and athletic prowess of these performers. These performances run throughout the cruise itinerary, so you will have several opportunities to see it, and you should take advantage.



Source by Robert Deveau

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