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Adventure of the Seas | Royal Caribbean International
Adventure of the Seas
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Adventure of the Seas | Royal Caribbean International
Adventure of the Seas in port at Philipsburg, St. Maarten, 2008.
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CRUISE SHIP FACTS

Description
The MS Adventure of the Seas cruise ship is the third of the five Voyager class cruise ships owned by Royal Caribbean International. These Voyager class ships are the third largest passenger ships in the world exceeded only by the Queen Mary 2 from Cunard and the Freedom Class ships Royal Caribbean International. These huge ships feature a four-story indoor mall known as the Royal Promenade and a rock climbing wall on the ship's funnel.

Destinations
The Adventure of the Seas visits over a hundred ports of call including destinations in Alaska, Canada, Europe, Mexico, Hawaii, the Caribbean, Bermuda, and the Bahamas. Also offered are cruise tours which combine a cruise vacation with a land tour to extend the range of locations for your vacation.

History
Adventure of the Seas was built in Aker Finnyards in Turku, Finland and was completed in 2001

Entertainment
The Adventure of the Seas is a floating resort with a large array of entertainment amenities. You can relax around three outdoor pools with several jacuzzis. Activities include an ice skating rink, rock climbing wall, inline skating. You can practice your golf on the nine-hole miniature golf course and golf simulators. There is also a full-sized basketball court, day spa and fitness center, game room. Enjoy the casino, three-story main dining room, restaurants, themed bars and lounges. There is also a wedding chapel and internet cafe.

Cabins
A number of accommodation options are available from suites to more affordable inner staterooms. Most of the Suites and Deluxe Staterooms have multiple rooms and balconies. Balcony Staterooms have private balcony to enjoy the view. Outside Staterooms have window view. Promenade Staterooms have a bowed window overlooking the Royal Promenade. There are also other Interior Staterooms with no external view.

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  Navigator of the Seas (Royal Caribbean International)
  Oasis of the Seas (Royal Caribbean International)
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Ship Summary
Operator:Royal Caribbean International
Built by:Aker Finnyards in Turku, Finland
Date Completed:2001
Gross Tonnage:138000
Length:310.9 m
Width:48 m
Decks:15
Passengers:3114
Crew:1180