Adventure Of The Seas deck plans
Deck layouts, review of facilities, activities, amenities
Adventure Of The Seas deck plan review at CruiseMapper provides newest cruise deck plans (floor layouts of the vessel) extracted from the officially issued by Royal Caribbean deckplan pdf (printable version).
Each of the Adventure Of The Seas cruise ship deck plans are conveniently combined with a legend (showing cabin codes) and detailed review of all the deck's venues and passenger-accessible indoor and outdoor areas. A separate link provides an extensive information on Adventure Of The Seas staterooms (cabins and suites), including photos, cabin plans and amenities by room type and category.
Adventure of the Seas cruise ship deck plan has a total of 1557 staterooms for 3114 passengers (max capacity is 3807 guests), served by 1180 crew/staff. The ship has 14 passenger accessible decks, 15 lounges and bars, 4 swimming pools, 7 jacuzzies, 14 elevators.
Note: CruiseMapper's Adventure Of The Seas deck plans are valid for the period 2018-2019 (May 15 through October 7).
Adventure Of The Seas deck plan changes 2016-2018 refurbishments review
The ship’s 2016 drydock refurbishment (October 17 – November 13) resulted in the following deck plan changes:
- On Sports Deck 13, the RCI’s signature waterslides “Cyclone” and “Typhoon” were installed. This made Adventure the first Voyager-class Royal Caribbean ship with water slides. Also on deck 13, a FlowRider (surfing simulator) was installed. Also here, a new 2-story mini-golf course was added (replacing the old 1-level Adventure Dunes).
- On Spa Deck 12 (aft), the new “Splashaway Bay” kids aqua park was added. This is a new-design interactive water play area with cannons and geysers. It replaced the old Adventure Beach (outdoor kids playground).
- The new water park and the duo of waterslides were first introduced on the RCI ships Liberty of the Seas and Harmony of the Seas (Oasis-class).
- Izumi (Japanese cuisine / sushi restaurant /a la carte priced) was added on deck 5 (starboard).
- Chops Grille (steakhouse restaurant offering dry-aged beef steaks) was added on deck 4 (portside).
- Boleros Lounge & Bar (Latin-themed entertainment) was added also on deck 4 (portside).
- Over 100 new cabins were added, including spa staterooms (all oceanview) forward on deck 12. All staterooms were renovated.
- New exclusive Suite Lounge was added on deck 14 (portside).
- RCI's budget for the Adventure OTS drydock refit and refurbishment was the impressive USD 61 million.
RCI scaled back some of the Adventure's renovations due to the damages at Grand Bahamas Shipyard (Freeport) caused by Hurricane Matthew. The ship exited dry dock on Nov 14 (2016) as scheduled. Some of the planned changes were implemented - updated design and decor, renovated areas (Boleros, 2-story mini golf course). However, there were ongoing works during the next cruises and into 2017-2018. Among those are:
- Waterslides, FlowRider, Splashaway Bay - open on Dec 10, 2016.
- Chops Grille (Deck 4 portside, across Schooner Bar).) and the Suite Lounge both open in March 2018. Also during the ship's 2018 drydock (February) will be added new inside and oceanview cabins.
- Izumi and new staterooms will not be added.
- Giovanni's Table offered select items from the Chops Grille menu until the steakhouse's opening in 2017.
- On Deck 2 were added 5 Studio Interior cabins (category J). These staterooms are for solo travelers, and are bookable without single supplement fees.
- Passengers booked in the not yet built new staterooms were contacted by RCI Customer Service team representatives for re-accommodating. Passengers booked in Panoramic Oceanview cabins were offered free upgrades to balcony rooms plus USD 100 per cabin in onboard credit.
- All passengers booked on 2016 cruises (leaving between Nov 14 - Dec 3) were offered 25% Future RCI Cruise Credit based on the paid fares.
The list of deck plan changes after the April 2014 drydock refurbishment included:
- Cabin amenities were upgraded – new flat TVs in all cruise staterooms were added.
- Digital signage (wayfinders) on several decks were installed. These touch-screen boards allow you to know your way around the ship.
- Wi-Fi coverage was upgraded (now shipwide).
- On Lido Deck 11 (in the main pool area) a huge movie screen (outdoor theater) was installed.
- On Spa Deck 12 the Royal Caribbean’s signature Nursery was added.
- On deck 14 the “Diamond Club” lounge was added. This is a signature venue for “Crown & Anchor” (RCI loyalty program) members only.
- New dining options (at additional charge) were introduced. These are “Giovanni’s Table” (Italian trattoria restaurant on deck 11) and “The Cupcake Cupboard” (ship bakery shop on Promenade deck 5).
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