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ROYAL CARIBBEAN - ADVENTURE OF THE SEAS: 7-Night “Southern Caribbean” Roundtrip San Juan
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Ship at a Glance:
Year Built: 2001
Size Category: Very Large (142,000 tons)
Passengers: 3,114
"Elbowroom" Factor: Spacious
Outside Cabins: 60%
Balcony Cabins: 49%
Sister Ships: Voyager of the Seas, Explorer of the Seas, Navigator of the Seas
Cruise at a Glance:
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Shipboard Ambiance: Casual
Sightseeing: Limited
Lots to See and Do
Party Factor: Zilch
Nonstop Action
Family Fun: Adults Only
Family Focused
Dining: Uninspired
The Adventure of the Seas is all about diversions. You've heard the overworked expression, "a cruise ship is like a floating resort." Well, this one really is like a floating resort, and then some. You've got your solarium, your health spa, your restaurants, your bars and lounges, your giant show lounge, and your pools and whirlpools. You've also got a rock climbing wall, an ice-skating rink, and inline skating tracks. (Find those at your neighborhood resort!)

San Juan is a hopping town - the most populous in the Caribbean. Your late evening departure allows plenty of time to hop along with it, as well as time to tour Old San Juan and its centuries-old history. Then, it's off to the south of the Caribbean. Two days at sea bring you to Aruba, where the language and look is as Dutch as it comes, considering you're in the tropics, thousands of miles from Holland. Tour the island and check out those crazy, gnarled, divi-divi trees!

After a late night departure (another chance to check out the late night goings-on!) you’re in Curacao. Again, it’s so Dutch you’ll wonder if you landed in Amsterdam, were it not for the swaying palm trees. And Amsterdam doesn’t have scuba diving. Curacao, does. Then, another day at sea and you’re in St. Maarten. This time, you’ve got a French slant to go along with the Dutch. The island is the smallest, “two-culture” island in the world. It’s all here – great food, great shopping, great golf (Royal Caribbean’s Golf Ahoy program comes in handy here!), and great history.

Moving along, you dock next in St. Thomas, where the culture is English. Shopping, as everyone will tell you, is first-rate. But so is the golf, and those beaches! Be sure to leave some footprints in the sand before your return to San Juan.

Cruise Itinerary
  DAY 1  SAN JUAN    10:00 PM
  DAY 2  At sea    
  DAY 3  Aruba  08:00 AM  08:00 PM
  DAY 4  Curacao  08:00 AM  05:00 PM
  DAY 5  At sea    
  DAY 6  St. Maarten  08:00 AM  05:30 PM
  DAY 7  St. Thomas  08:00 AM  05:30 PM
  DAY 8  SAN JUAN  07:00 AM  

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