Voyager-class ship scheduled for refurbishment in November.
As part of their massive revitalization and refurbishment program, Royal Caribbean’s Adventure of the Seas will undergo revitalization later this year. At a cost of $61 million, the 2001 Adventure of the Seas will be outfitted with many of the exciting features found on their newest ships.
With more for kids and families to do together will be two dual racer water slides aptly named Cyclone and Typhoon. For younger kids there’ll be Splashaway Bay aquapark and for older kids and adults, Royal Caribbean’s signature Flowrider surf simulator will be added.
In the Adventure of the Seas dining department, Izumi Japanese Cuisine and Chops Grille Steakhouse are included in the revitalization. Another Royal Caribbean signature venue, Bolero’s Latin Lounge for late night music and dancing, will be added.
“We’re thrilled to debut an array of new enhancements to one of our guest’s most beloved ships,” said Michael Bayley, President and CEO, Royal Caribbean International. “The name Adventure says it all; this ship is packed with action, featuring a mix of signature features and innovations, including thrilling new waterslides and VOOM, the fastest internet at sea.”
The ship will also have more than eight dozen new staterooms, new artwork, linens and flat-screen TVs for existing staterooms and a Suites Lounge, part of the special enhanced program for suite guests across the fleet.
Adventure of the Seas emerges from refurbishment and starts cruising again on November 14, 2016 with special 5-night cruise round-trip from San Juan. Beginning November 19, 2016 Adventure of the Seas will sail 7-night round-trip southern Caribbean itineraries from San Juan, Puerto Rico.
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