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Adventure of the Seas

OVERVIEW: Adventure of the Seasis a large, floating leisure resort. It provides a host of facilities, rather like a small town, yet offers a healthy amount of space per passenger. Too large to go through the Panama Canal, it limits its itineraries almost exclusively to the Caribbean, where only a fe


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Aida Sol in Maderia The fabulous Penguin enclosure at Loro Parque Oh no,,Its them funny people looking at us again! Me unearthing a dinosaur on an offshore trip on our Danish cruise. HELP...ok I will pay my gratuities One of the 2 beautifull atriums This was stunning Orca Show at Loro Parque One the the many stunning corridors in the Vatican tour
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Oceana at St Barts 19th Jan 2014 After a showery start the sun came out to give a magical rainbow halo over Castries Harbor in St Lucia on this wonderful Christmas cruise Azura Skjolden Norway Allure of the Seas - Front Ship Azura alongside in Olden Norway Azura Skjolden Norway One of the crew QM2 in Southampton
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Amazing Caribbean Cruise

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Having never been to the Caribbean before, but having always wanted to go, we were struggling to decide which island to stay on. In a sudden 'eureka' moment, we realised that the answer was a cruise so we could take in not one, but 6 of the islands. This turned out to be the perfect plan and, even better, we were luxuriously escorted between the islands by the incredible Adventure of the Seas.

We flew to Miami and then to San Juan, Puerto Rico, where we boarded the ship. I cannot imagine how anyone could not be impressed by this incredible ship. She is big, beautiful, comfortable and fun. It struck us within minutes how incredibly well-trained and devoted every single member of staff were. We didn't met one who didn't go out of their way to look after us and make sure that we had everything we needed. Our stateroom attendant was amazing and took care of our every need. He made us smile every evening with the great display of towel origami.

The atmosphere on board was always fun, the ice skating shows were amazing and there was only one show which we didn't really enjoy.

We were slightly sceptical about choosing to dine with others but we needn't have worried. We were accompanied each night by two amazing couples, one american and the other british. We are now very good friends with them both, so a truly unexpected bonus for us. As a result of this cruise we now feel very loyal to RCI; however we did take a cruise since with Princess, simply because it suited our dates. We took both sets of our parents and our 1 year old daughter. Everyone enjoyed it but, for me, the ship did not have the 'wow' factor which blew us away when we boarded A of the S and which we'll have again next month when we all board Independence of the Seas next month.

An amazing cruise and a perfect way to take in the gorgeous caribbean islands.
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Cruise Line: Royal Caribbean Cruises
Times cruised before: 3-5
Cruise Ship: Adventure of the Seas
Sailed: February, 2010
Destination: Caribbean
Age: 36-45
Cabin: Balcony
Occasion: Family holiday

Quality of Food
We ate most in the main restaurant
5

Entertainment
The ice show
4

Shore Excursions
The most inredible beach in Antigua
5

Staff
Our stateroom attendant
5

Children's Facilities
0

Onboard Activities
5

Cabins
5

Overall Rating
5

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