Sail the Caribbean or Mediterranean aboard Adventures of the Seas

Posted on Tuesday, March 23, 2010 |
Adventures of the Seas

Check out the sailing dates for the Voyager class cruise ship Adventure of the Seas at www.cruisesalefinder.com.au.

Voyager-class ships are the fourth largest passenger ships in the world. The only ships that are larger are Queen Mary 2, Royal Caribbean International's Freedom Class and Oasis of the Seas. Adventure of the Seas was completed in 2001 at Aker Finnyards in Turku, Finland. She sails in the Southern Caribbean and the Western Mediterranean.

Facilities aboard include:
  • Ice skating rink
  • 32.8 feet high rock climbing wall with 5 separate tracks
  • Inline skating
  • 3 outdoor pools and jacuzzis
  • Nine-hole par 26 miniature golf course
  • Golf simulators
  • Full-sized basketball court
  • Adventure Ocean youth facilities
  • Game room
  • Roller-blading track
  • Four-story Royal Promenade
  • Casino
  • Main dining room on three floors
  • Restaurants - Johnny Rockets (1950s-style) and Portofino (Italian)
  • Themed bars and lounges
  • Lyrics Showlounge, spanning 5 decks, with 1,350 seats, features cabaret acts and late-night adults-only comedy
  • Day spa and Fitness Center
  • Wedding chapel
  • Internet cafĂ© and two level library
Here's a quote from a review in www.cruisecritic.com:
"This ship is so well designed -- with lots of very distinctly themed rooms and with even the larger venues like the Lyric Theater and Imperial Lounge feeling unexpectedly cozy -- that Adventure of the Seas has the potential to spoil first-timers and even seduce some of us crusty ol' cruise traditionalists." (Source)
Remember to check out the great deals on fares aboard Adventures of the Seas at www.cruisesalefinder.com.au.

Video: Amateur video tour of the Adventure of the Seas

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