Adventure of the Seas Ship Review Adventure of the Seas can carry 3,114 guests. Photo courtesy of Royal Caribbean. The third of Royal Caribbean’s groundbreaking Voyager-class ships, Adventure of the Seas launched in 2001, and along with her sister ships, laid the groundwork for everything Royal Caribbean has done since.
Whether you’re falling in love with the foliage as you sail up the northeast coast of the U.S. and Canada, or soaking up the sun on an island-hop to Bermuda, Cozumel, The Bahamas or Grand Cayman — Adventure of the Seas offers more to do onboard, with fewer days between some of the world’s most incredible destinations.
I would consider doing this go here, even if it was not my first choice. We stayed at the Radisson Inner Harbor Hotel, we arrive at almost 1:00am. Due to the craziness of the first day and the adventure of the seas sister ship night before, we did not go the welcome show.
While adventure of the seas sister ship may be an older ship, she makes up for her age in offering great getaway cruises the Bahamas at low prices.
My wife and I just returned from a six night sailing on Adventure of the Seas. This is a new-design interactive water play area with cannons and geysers.