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ADVENTURE OF
THE SEAS
PHOTO TOUR
AND
COMMENTARY
OVERVIEW
Overview....................................................Page One

Pools and Open Decks.................................
Page Two

Spa and Related Areas................................Page Three

Shops, Children, and Other Public Areas....Page Four

Bars and Lounges.........................................Page Five

Indoor Entertainment....................................Page Six

Dining..........................................................Page Seven
Pools, Sports and Open Decks is next.

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Entering service in November 2001, Adventure of the Seas
was named by then-New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani and
the ship's sponsors are members of the New York City Fire
Department and Police Department during a ceremony in
Manhattan.

Adventure of the Seas was the third ship built in RCI's
Voyager class.  Although she is no longer the world's
largest, she is still quite big relative to most other cruise
ships.  Because of her size, she is able to carry a wide
variety of amenities and facilities.

The overall style is upbeat and modern.  Adventure is
primarily aimed at people interested in an active
adventurous vacation.  However, there is more than ample
space for people who just want to relax, enjoy a  show and
have a good meal in a high quality environment.

No single word or phrase describes the public rooms on
Adventure of the Seas.  To illustrate, there is the
fantasy-land Royal Promenade, the sophisticated Lyric
Theater, and the elegant main dining room.  The one thing
that does connect them is that all were done using quality
materials and a lot of thought.

In 2014, Adventure underwent a refit that gave her some
but not all of the amenities being added to the RCI fleet
under the Royal Advantage program.  Included in these
additions were a giant video screen overlooking the pool
area, a Diamond Lounge, ship-wide WiFi and electronic
signage in the public areas.  The Portofino specialty
restaurant was replaced by Giovanni's Table.  

From a technological stand-point, Adventure is a modern
state-of-the-art cruise ship.  She is propelled by three pods,
each of  which contains a large electric motor that turns a
fixed blade propeller. They are suspended beneath the ship.  
Two of these are azipods, capable of turning 360 degrees.  
As such, they not only propel the ship but they take the
place of traditional rudders and stern thrusters.  The third
pod is fixed position and only serves to propel the ship.  
The motors in the three pods receive power from diesel
engines located inside the hull.
Adventure of the Seas
Adventure of the Seas cruise ship interior
Adventure of the Seas cruise ship interior
Adventure of the Seas cruise ship interior
Adventure of the Seas cruise ship interior
Bounded on either end by multi-deck high atria called Centrums (above), the Royal Promenade is a four-story
high mall running down the middle of the ship.  Here, passengers can shop, have a drink, have something to eat
or just watch the people.  In the evenings, it is the scene of parades, parties and receptions.     
The Royal Promenade is decorated in a whimsical theme-park
style.  A vintage auto is parked in front of  one of the shops
(above right).  Realistic life size statues - - including an artist
(below) and workmen (right) - - populate the scene.  
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Adventure of the Seas cruise ship interior
Adventure of the Seas cruise ship interior
Adventure of the Seas cruise ship interior
Adventure of the Seas cruise ship interior
Adventure of the Seas cruise ship interior
Adventure of the Seas cruise ship interior
Adventure of the Seas cruise ship interior
Adventure of the Seas cruise ship interior
Adventure of the Seas cruise ship interior
Captain Ole-Johan Gronhaug
Hotel Director Gary Davies
Adorning the rest of the public areas
is an extensive collection of art and
collectibles.  Most of the items are
modern or contemporary but it is not
limited to any one particular style or
era.  
At the aft end of the Royal Promenade is the Guest
Relations Desk
(above left), which is essentially
equivalent to the reception desk at a hotel.  Next to it is
the
Shore Excursions Desk (above) where guests can
get information about and book tour in the various ports
of call. One deck higher in the aft Centrum is the
Next
Cruise Office
where guests can get information about
and book future voyages on Royal Caribbean and
Celebrity Cruises.  It is also the onboard office of the
Crown and Anchor Society, Royal Caribbean's loyalty
program
Above: Captain Ole-Johan Gronhuag.

Below: Hotel Director Gary Davies.
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