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3.6 / 5

Average Rating based on 2 Reviews
Value For Money  3.00/5  (3.00)
Cabin Design  4.00/5  (4.00)
Entertainment  3.00/5  (3.00)
Fitness Center  5.00/5  (5.00)
Food Quality  3.50/5  (3.50)
Ship Maintenance  3.00/5  (3.00)
Specialty Restaurant  3.00/5  (3.00)
Staff and Service  4.50/5  (4.50)

Compared to averages for similar items
Value For Money  4.24/5  (4.24)
Cabin Design  4.02/5  (4.02)
Entertainment  3.79/5  (3.79)
Fitness Center  4.13/5  (4.13)
Food Quality  4.17/5  (4.17)
Ship Maintenance  4.30/5  (4.30)
Spa  3.98/5  (3.98)
Specialty Restaurant  4.00/5  (4.00)
Staff and Service  4.46/5  (4.46)

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RCL Adventure of the Seas
RCL Adventure of the Seas

The RCL Adventure of the Seas cruise ship is a revolutionary marvel of naval engineering. Enjoy first-time cruise features like a skating rink, a street fair and a rock-climbing wall - among others. How did we accommodate all of these innovative ideas? Simple. We built a bigger ship - the 138,000-ton, 3,114-guest Adventure of the Seas, part of the Voyager class of ships. Innovations on the Voyager class ships represent the highest space-per-guest ratio in the cruise market - and include enhanced staterooms, expanded dining options and exceptional recreational facilities.

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(Review ID: 852)
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful:
Very good ship, a bit too large. 3,500 passengers, 1,500-1,800 would be better, December 28, 2012
Reviewer: gflann
Pros: Food, service, facilities
Cons: The lineup at the initial port. poor tv device. very poor available channels
Date of cruise: 16 dec 2012
Departure port: san juan
Region visited: Caribbean - Eastern
Cabin category: Balcony
Cabin number: 7674
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Good for teenagers: Yes
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Value For Money   4.00/5  (4)
Cabin Design   4.00/5  (4)
Entertainment   4.00/5  (4)
Fitness Center   5.00/5  (5)
Food Quality   4.00/5  (4)
Ship Maintenance   5.00/5  (5)
Specialty Restaurant   5.00/5  (5)
Staff and Service   5.00/5  (5)

Good cruise, Eastern Caribbean islands. Internet access is expensive and slow. Poor TV -- CNN, Fox, ESPN, no major networks. Constant looping of ancient movies, e.g., Three Stooges, James Stewart.

Portofino italian restaurant is really great, $20 pp surcharge. We got a coupon from Cruises and More, but I would have paid to go there once or twice.

The port authority lineup of two hours in the sun was disgraceful and disrespectful. RCL should tell them to fix it or delete the port
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(Review ID: 685)
13 of 16 people found the following review helpful:
I wouldn't go on this ship again, very disappointing experience, December 2, 2011
Reviewer: kentjackson
Pros: Cabin and main dining room staff
Cons: Public bathrooms smelled, very limited ice rink time, food not very good
Date of cruise: 11/20/2011
Departure port: San Juan
Region visited: Caribbean - Southern
Cabin category: Jr. Suite
Cabin number: 9570
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Good for children: Yes
kentjackson saw things this way
Value For Money   2.00/5  (2)
Cabin Design   4.00/5  (4)
Entertainment   2.00/5  (2)
Food Quality   3.00/5  (3)
Ship Maintenance   1.00/5  (1)
Specialty Restaurant   1.00/5  (1)
Staff and Service   4.00/5  (4)

We just returned from a Southern Caribbean cruise on the Adventure. We were really looking forward to spending time on the ice rink but there were only two open free skate times: 4-6 p.m. one day and 9-11 a.m. another day (and I'm being generous with the time frames). Of course, by the time you get through all the crowds and the ticketing procedure - it left 15-20 minutes to skate on the tiny rink.

The public restrooms smelled awful. You had to practically hold your nose when you entered and exit as quickly as possible.

The food at the casual dining restaurant was bland and boring. Most of the meats dried out under the heat lamps. Very disappointing.

The specialty restaurants were a rip-off. They had a per person 'cover charge' on top of the price for food. For instance there was a $5 cover charge for each person just to get into Johnny Rockets and then the cost of the overpriced food. After that rip-off, we didn't even bother with the Italian restaurant, which has a $20 per person cover charge. After paying so much per person for this ship, the per person cover charge for these so-called specialty restaurants are a rip-off! Don't waste your money!

The main dining room service was nice, but dining takes at least two hours, which is hard for young children to sit through. Tip: If traveling with a young child, alert the Adventure Ocean staff that you'd like your child picked up from your dining room and alert your waiter. The waiter can expedite your child's dinner so the staff can pick up your child early for the evening care session. This way, you can relax and enjoy the rest of your dinner and dessert.

Believe me, the diners around you will appreciate it as well. The table next to us kept their 4-year-old at the dining table the entire time. Poor child was bored to tears and and always getting in trouble. Everyone knew that child's name after hearing it yelled so much during dinner. Spare yourself and your child some misery by using the pick up service by the Adventure Ocean staff.

Pools and hot tubs were nice. And the ice skating show was good. The other shows were disappointing and not worth the effort.

Our junior stateroom was nice and accommodated our small family of three well. Our cabin steward was amazing and offered good beach recommendations at each port.
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