A Singularly sensational experience
Adventure of the Seas Cruise Review to Caribbean - Southern
Sail Date: April 23, 2006
Ship: Adventure of the Seas
Cabin Type: Inside
Traveled As: Family (older children)
Reviewed: 7 years ago
Review SummaryThe ship truly is one of the worlds wonders. The windjammer food court area was always immaculate, and well supplied with a good and good tasting aray of food. The three tiered dining room is breathtaking in it's beauty. The service of the dining room staff was worthy of the room. We took this cruise two years ago. Sometimes when you do something the second time, there's a diminishing of awe, not on this ship.
There 's nothing that can't be found in the shops aboard ship, and the prices were fairly competitive with the shops at home. As for activities and entertainment, Royal Caribbean hit the ball out of the park again. We took in shows and availed ourselves of many onboard activities , and of course relaxation. The centrium area is just beautiful. There is nothing on this ship not to love.
Let me hasten to add a line about the views. Those you see as you approach the islands, when you dock, ( a process everyone should see ), as you leave, and perhaps the view after you have left. You see so, so much beautiful sky, as far as you can look left or right. You are left with a sense of reletive insignifigance when compared with the vastness of the panoramma.
Did I tell you about the sights on the islands ? They are everything I ever dreamed they would be, and more. We have cruised seven times, and I can't wait to get out there again.
Ports of Call
Pros: We cruise for the island sights, but onboard, the dining experience is grand.
Cons: On this cruise , there were too many children . Had I known, I would've traveled later