Adventure of the Seas
The third gigantic Voyager-class ship for Royal Caribbean International, Adventure of the Seas sports all the facilities that made her sister ships so popular. The refreshing change is that she is based in San Juan, being the largest cruise ship ever to sail to the Southern Caribbean.
- Name Age # of Cruises Desitination
Sue Underwood 42 First Cruise San Juan, Aruba, St. Maarten, St. Thomas3 users found this review helpful.
As a first time cruiser I had many pre-conceived notions (both good and bad) about what to expect on my cruise. Some were realized, while others were not. I was cruising with 25 other...read more
Lorna Anstruther n/a 11 Southern Caribbean2 users found this review helpful.
The embarkation procedures were horrendous. We stood for nearly two hours in the hot afternoon sun before we were herded into the terminal to sit and await our turn at the check in-counter. Once...read more
Vincent Finelli 66 22 Southern Caribbean4 users found this review helpful.
Since we have sailed on both the Voyager and the Explorer of the Seas, we thought that sailing on their sister ship would just be déj’a-vu; however, the Adventure of the Seas is unique due to...read more
Kate 14 1 Southern Caribbean2 users found this review helpful.
Oh my gosh, I am missing the cruise so much! There were activities to please any and everyone! The dining service was fabulous, we grew very close to our friendly waiters! The food was great...read more
Jennifer Frazee 40 3 Southern Caribbean6 users found this review helpful.
First let me tell you how many people on our cruise had read all the cruise reviews on this site! I printed them out so I wouldn't forget. Okay, well, this is my first Royal Caribbean...read more
Laurie 48 10 Southern Caribbean14 users found this review helpful.
The cruise was overall the fine experience we have come to expect on RCCL. While the ship is showing her age in some respects (a little wear and tear on upholstery and carpets), she is being kept...read more