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Adventure of the Seas

Capacity
3114
Crew
1185
Tonnage
137 276
Length
311 m (1,020 ft)
First voyage
2001
Decks
15

Adventure of the Seas is a Voyager-class cruise ship operated by Royal Caribbean International. The vessel was launched and entered service in 2001. Registered in the Bahamas, Adventure of the Seas has cruised from ports in the United States and Europe to sites in the Caribbean Sea, Baltic Sea, Mediterranean Sea, Canada and Europe. The ship has a 138,193 GT and is 311.1 meters (1,020 ft 8 in) long with capacity for 3,807 guests.

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Adventure of the Seas

Cruiseline: 
Capacity (DO): 
3114
Crew: 
1185
Tonnage: 
137 276
Length: 
311 m (1,020 ft)
Beam: 
38.6 m (127 ft) - Waterline49.1 m (161 ft) - Max
First voyage: 
2001
Decks: 
15

Adventure of the Seas is a Voyager-class cruise ship operated by Royal Caribbean International. The vessel was launched and entered service in 2001. Registered in the Bahamas, Adventure of the Seas has cruised from ports in the United States and Europe to sites in the Caribbean Sea, Baltic Sea, Mediterranean Sea, Canada and Europe. The ship has a 138,193 GT and is 311.1 meters (1,020 ft 8 in) long with capacity for 3,807 guests.

Design and description

Adventure of the Seas is the third of five Voyager-class cruise ships measured at 138,193 gross tonnage (GT), 108,644 net tonnage (NT) and 11,033 tons deadweight (DWT). The vessel is 311.1 meters (1,020 ft 8 in) long with a beam of 38.6 m (126 ft 8 in) at the waterline and 49.1 m (161 ft 1 in) at the extreme. The vessel has a draft of 9.1 m (29 ft 10 in) and a depth of 11.7 m (38 ft 5 in). The vessel is powered by a diesel-electric system composed of six 12,423-kilowatt (16,660 hp) Wärtsilä 12V46 engines for a total of 74,538 kW (99,957 hp) driving three 3 MW (4,000 hp) ABB Azipods and four bow thrusters. This gives the cruise ship a maximum speed of 22.5 knots (41.7 km/h; 25.9 mph).

The ship has 15 decks of which 14 are passenger decks with capacity for a maximum of 3,807 guests. The Voyager-class ships have a four-deck-high horizontal promenade, called the Royal Promenade. The length of the promenade is roughly 120 metres (393 ft 8 in), and situated at each end is an 11-deck high atrium, called the Centrum. The passengers are spread out over 1,557 staterooms of which 765 are balcony, 174 are along the outside with 618 along the inside. 565 come with a ​34th berth and 26 are accessible for persons with disabilities. 138 are located along the promenade. Adventure of the Seas comes equipped with an outdoor movie screen, an Aqua Park, cyclone and typhoon water slides, as well as a FlowRider. The ship has a crew of 1,185.

Construction and career

The vessel was ordered on 24 April 1997 for $500 million and constructed at Kværner Masa-Yards Turku New Shipyard in Finland. The ship's keel was laid down on 17 June 1998. Named Adventure of the Seas, the cruise ship was launched on 5 January 2001 and completed on 26 October 2001. The ship's godparents are Tara Stackpole and Kevin Hannafin of the New York Fire Department along with Margaret McDonnell and Richard Lucas of the New York Police Department. The vessel is operated by Royal Caribbean International (RCI) and is registered at Nassau, Bahamas. Adventure of the Seas departed on its maiden voyage on 18 November 2001.

Adventure of the Seas has cruised from United States ports to the Caribbean, Bahamas and Canada and from European ports to Baltic, Mediterranean, and Northern European destinations. In 2016, the cruise ship underwent a $61 million refurbishment, among the changes included adding additional staterooms. Adventure of the Seas was the fifth ship of the RCI fleet to undergo the refit.

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Attractions on Adventure of the Seas


Photo by Royal Caribbean International

Pool Bar

Average: 10 (1 vote)
Refreshing drinks all day long - and just near your pool!
Photo by Royal Caribbean International

Sports Court

Average: 10 (1 vote)
A full-size outdoor activity court for sports, including basketball and volleyball.
Photo by Royal Caribbean International

Rock-Climbing Wall

Average: 10 (2 votes)
Our signature rock climbing walls are our most popular feature and are available on all Royal Caribbean cruise ships. Whether it's your first time on a rock wall or you're a seasoned climber, there...
Photo by Royal Caribbean International

Royal Promenade

Average: 10 (1 vote)
This mall, a naturally lighted four-story area lined with bars and shops, is the heartbeat of the ship.

RCTV

Average: 10 (1 vote)
It is a technical room with a TV and Internet facilities, where ship personnel work.

Vitality at Sea Fitness Center

Average: 10 (1 vote)
Our seaside fitness center features modern exercise equipment.
Photo by Royal Caribbean International<

The Lyric Theatre

Average: 9 (2 votes)
Our theater - three stories from orchestra pit to domed ceiling - features contemporary musical stage productions.

The Duck and Dog Pub

Average: 8.3 (3 votes)
An English-themed pub that serves various imported beers and ales.

Main Dining Room

Average: 7.5 (2 votes)
Our three-tier dining room features a wide variety of menu items.
Photo by Royal Caribbean International

Center Ice Rink

Average: 7.3 (4 votes)
When the professionals aren't putting on one of their remarkable shows, enjoy our onboard skating rink

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Liner: Adventure of the Seas


The  Royal Caribbean International cruise liner has introduced a their   Adventure of the Seas Voyager Class; an exciting edition to the popular cruise line company. The Adventure of the Seas class offers new and exciting water rides, including the Splashaway...

A deeper look into the cruise liner Adventure of the Seas  by  Royal Caribbean International . Designated trash cans are located all over the ship: Detailing includes unique mosaic art designs, such as the floor shown below: A view from boarding the ship. The canopy covers...
An inside look into a trip on the  Royal Caribbean cruise liner : Boarding the  Adventure of the Seas cruise liner: A fast and organized system means that passengers will not wait long to board the  cruise liner: An example of the spacious Stateroom on-...
The port of the island of  Curacao  in Willemstad. This is the capital of the  Curacao island .  A path along the pier. The Adventure of the Seas liner awaits as passenger head into the  city. The Old Fort. Lizards are found all over the...
Outside the house of a local painter. The home was a former plantation; Curacao  Island was involved in slavery. Behind the house is an exhibition. Cactuses beginning to bloom. Statue behind the house. A local bus: Flamingoes in the distance: Heading back...
Before liner’s departure, passengers have a change to walk around the city of  Willemstad . Narrow channels divide the city into two parts. Two bridges were built over the channel: one high for transport and one for pedestrians. Willemstad was established by the Dutch, therefore...
Oranjestad  is the capital of the island and port of Aruba. The city was named after the Dutch ruling family Oranje-Nassau. Sunset: Wilhelmina Park. The singing birds make up part of the wildlife on the island: Monument of the Dutch Queen Wilhelmina. Birds both large and small...