Adventure Of The Seas deck 13 plan (Sports-Waterslides)

Deck layout and review

Review of Adventure Of The Seas deck 13 (Sports-Waterslides)

  • The fore-located Sun Deck (sunbathing area with loungers) is accessible only via stairs from Spa Deck 12 (below).
  • The sports deck is a huge aft area that includes sports court, golf course (golf simulators), in-line track (rollerblading), some ping-pong tables, plus a rock-climbing wall.
  • The full-size Sports Court can be used for playing basketball, volleyball, tennis, football/soccer, paddleball, table tennis (ping pong). Daily are organized group game competitions.
  • Rock-Climbing Wall (height 44 ft / 13,4 m) is complimentary (first come first served basis) and used in 30 min sessions. Equipment is provided (shoes, helmets, harnesses). Daily are organized climbing competitions. The min age limit is 6 yo (waivers must be signed by a parent/legal guardian). Children 6-12 yo must be supervised by an adult at all times.
  • Adventure Dunes (upper level 2 of 2) is a 2-story minigolf course (complimentary, 24-hour open, equipment provided) with golf simulator (for interactive golfing).
  • Inline Track (Roller Skating Track) was a facility used exclusively for rollerblading. It was complimentary, and rollerblades were provided. During the ship’s 2016 refurbishment, the Roller Skating Track was replaced by a FlowRider (surf simulator) and the Perfect Storm complex (Cyclone and Typhoon water-slides).
  • The waterslides complex is named “The Perfect Storm”. It is complimentary (cruise fare inclusive) and includes the RCI’s newest super-fun attraction “Tidal Wave” (aka Boomerango) plus 2 racer slides (“Cyclone” and “Typhoon”). Both spiraling slides are positioned portside and go around the Flowrider. Starboard is positioned the “Tidal Wave” (raft slide). It provides Adventure cruise ship passengers with the unique opportunity to ride in rafts plummeting down a very steep drop. Then the rafts shot up a nearly vertical wall into the air for experiencing the sensation of weightlessness and free fall. Then follows a swift return below. The slides builder WhiteWater. The company specializes in designing and manufacturing of water park products and family-fun attractions for major clients around the world. The company also owns the FlowRider patent (acquired from WaveLoc). Note: According to current announcements, Tidal Wave slide will not be installed on the ship.
  • The aft-located FlowRider is the Royal Caribbean’s signature surf simulator. Pumps project high-speed water (20-30 mph / 30-50 kph) across a small area creating sheet waves (stationary waves) to simulate ocean surfing. FlowRiders were first created as land-based facilities and were implemented by Royal Caribbean for guests to enjoy traditional surfing and skimboarding on cruise ships. The Royal Caribbean FlowRider is a complimentary (cruise fare inclusive) facility and reservations are not required. Equipment (bodyboards, flowboards) is provided. Private surfing lessons are available for booking at additional cost per person. Groups are 6 to 8 guests. The FlowRider’s restrictions include min height (52″/132 cm to use bodyboard, 58″/147 cm to use flowboard). Not allowed are footwear, goggles, go-pro cams. Guests can surf at the simulator until they fall off the board. The facility is supervised by sports staff (safety, assistance, advice).