Return to Cruising Ship Guide: Adventure of the Seas
When is Adventure of the Seas slated to resume operations?
Adventure of the Seas will begin cruising roundtrip out of Nassau beginning on June 12, 2021. The ship will sail 7-night Caribbean itineraries featuring port stops at Perfect Day at CocoCay, Grand Bahama Island, and Cozumel.
Royal Caribbean will require ALL crew members and passengers 18 years of age or older to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 on these sailings. Those under the age of 18 will receive a PCR test prior to sailing.
Cruising on Adventure of the Seas? Here’s our guide to everything you need to know before you board.
About the Ship: Adventure of the Seas is one of Royal Caribbean’s large Voyager Class ships offering all the action-packed activities the brand is known for having. The vessel can accommodate over 3,114 passengers (at full capacity), and was refurbished in 2018. Adventure of the Seas includes 1,557 staterooms, with the majority including ocean views. Over a third have private balconies where cruisers can enjoy the ocean air.
Activities + Entertainment: Adventure of the Seas offers a wide variety of innovative onboard experiences. From a signature rock-climbing wall, which towers 200 feet above the ocean, to a 9-hole miniature golf course, this ship appeals to vacationers looking for a cruise experience jam-packed with action and excitement. Thrill-seekers can get their hearts pumping on the dual-racing water slide, catch a wave on the surf simulator, then rejuvenate with a relaxing session in the ship's full-service Vitality Spa.
Dining: Adventure of the Seas features a number of included and specialty dining venues. With so many options, there’s certain to be something to please even the pickiest of palates! A sample of complimentary dining options onboard includes venues such as Cafe Promenade, the Main Dining Room, and Windjammer Marketplace. Specialty restaurants include Johnny Rockets, Portofino, and Ben & Jerry's.
Pricing: Sailings are filling up quickly on Adventure of the Seas as Royal Caribbean makes its return to the Caribbean. Right now you can expect to pay about $60 per person per night for entry-level accommodations. Want a little more space? We recommend checking out a balcony cabin to have your own private oasis to sit outside and enjoy the Caribbean sunshine. Prices on balcony rooms start at $100 and go up according to location and sail date.
We recommend booking NOW if you find a price you like - chances are it won’t last long!
What to Expect at Embarkation
Many details are still being ironed out by Royal Caribbean when it comes to embarkation especially on the first few sailings. Expect to provide proof of vaccination prior to sailing and again during the socially distant and staggered embarkation process. All guests will be assigned a check-in time and are asked to arrive at the pier only during this time frame.
Royal Caribbean’s website currently says the following in regards to its health and safety policy, “Vacationers can rest assured their well-being and that of the crew members and communities visited are Royal Caribbean’s top priorities. Details on additional health and safety measures to be implemented by Royal Caribbean will be announced at a later date. The cruise line’s comprehensive, multilayered health and safety measures to come leverage expert guidance from the Healthy Sail Panel, Royal Caribbean Group’s Head of Public Health and Chief Medical Officer, and local government and health authorities.”
Tips from Our Community Members
This was one of the nicest cruises I have taken in the past 20 years. I found the staff to be friendly and helpful and the food and service to be outstanding. I’d recommend this cruise to both new and experienced cruisers. - cmbackhus
Adventure is a nice midsize ship, having plenty to do on sea days . Excellent staff and attendance. Will definitely book again. - imawinna1
Fun and relaxing!!! Will recommend this cruise line. Staff was very nice and accommodating. - naomigriffin
With so much to see and do in the ports which Adventure of the Seas will visit, be sure to book shore excursions as early as possible. The top-rated excursions by port are:
Perfect Day at CocoCay - Perfect Day is Royal Caribbean’s own private island in the Bahamas. The destination is jam-packed with so many activities and adventures that you will have a hard time deciding what to do first! The island’s amenities received a rehaul in 2019, so most of the activities you will find are relatively new.
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