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Adventure of the Seas

Third of Royal Caribbean's $500m Voyager class ships

Adventure of the Seas, launched in 2001, was the third of Royal Caribbean's first-generation Voyager class cruise ships, costing $500m to build.

In 2014, the ship will undergo its first makeover, receiving “Royal Advantage” upgrades, including an outdoor movie screen, digital signage, ship-wide Wifi, new Concierge and Diamond lounges, and the changeover of the Cafe Promenade and Portofino restaurants to the Park Cafe and Giovanni’s Table - concepts that were first introduced on the Oasis class cruise ships.

Adventure of the Seas

Vital statistics

Operated by Royal Caribbean International
Built at Kvaerner Masa-Yards in Finland
Entered service: November 2001
Cost: $500 million
Registered: The Bahamas
Gross tonnage: 137,276 tons
Passengers: 3,114
Passenger decks: 15
Lifts: 14
Crew: 1,185
Cabins: 1,557 including

Length: 1,020ft
Width: 157ft
Draught: 29ft
Engines: diesel-electric


Four main dining rooms (two sittings), casino, library, three outdoor swimming pools, six hot tubs, golf simulator, ice rink, boutiques, spa and fitness centre, beauty salon, self-service laundry, children’s facilities, theatre, champagne bar, conference centre, library, internet centre, medical centre .

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