Adventure Ocean (neighborhood) is the ship’s kids complex on 2 levels. It has all 6 (indoor) play areas for supervised, age-appropriate activities for 4 age groups – from 6-month babies to 11 year-olds. Each age group has its own room and dedicated staff. All youth programs are complimentary. Adventure Ocean’s operational hours are – on seadays (9 – 12 am, 2 – 5 pm, 7 – 10 pm) and on port days (9 am – 5 pm, 7 – 10 pm, lunch included). Dinners (chaperoned) are between 5 – 7 pm at the Windjammer buffet. The “Late Night Party Zone” babysitting (between 10 pm – 2 am /for kids 3-11 yo) cost US$7 per kid per hour. Among the signature events here are Dreamworks characters appearances (4-5 times on 7-night cruise itineraries). Both levels of the complex are in the ship’s interior (without windows). This means better security/safety but also no natural light and outdoor playgrounds. Parents must sign their kids in and out each time they visit the Adventure Ocean. To each kid is issued a wristband (indicating muster station) that must be worn at all times.
Adventure Ocean (Royal Babies & Tots Nursery) is a babysitting facility Royal Babies (6-18 months) and Royal Tots (toddlers 18-36 months). Kids must be fully toilet trained. An hourly fee per kid applies (US$6 daytime, US$8 evening). The nursery (open between 9 am – 12 pm) has a Sleeping Area (5 cribs, 10 cots, 6 strollers) and an adjacent Open Play room for interactive play sessions (45-min each). The RCI’s “BABIES 2 GO” service allows pre-ordering Huggies products (diapers, wipes, cream) and Gerber (organic baby food) delivered to the cruise cabin/suite upon arrival and also throughout the Royal Caribbean cruise. Note: In-room babysitting for overage children is available (per hour fee applies) for up to 3 kids (within the same family. Advance reservations are required.
Adventure Ocean (Aquanauts Room) is for potty-trained kids (3-5 yo). The room has a library, TVs (for educational shows), chairs and tables (for arts-crafts, board games). Daily activities (offered around the ship) include scavenger hunts, fun science experiments, dressing up.
Cruise cabins from 11102 to 11718, of which Inside (categories 1U, 2U, 4U and 2W), Oceanview (categories 1M and 2M), Balcony staterooms (categories 1C, 2C, 4C, 1D, 2D, 5D and 6D), and the rest are Suite cabins (types J1, J4-Junior, GS-Grand, OS-Owners).
deck plan 11 cabins information: Balconies on rooms located where the deck narrows are with partially obstructed views due to lifeboats (only when looking straight down). Each of the forward-facing (fore-location) oceanview cabins has a large porthole window overlooking the ship’s bow.