The vessel is joining Liberty of the Seas, which is also homeported in Galveston TX.
In the period between July-the end of September this year, the port has seen 168,000+ visitors sailing out of it.
Adventure OTS' itinerary features a series of 4- and 5-day voyages to the Western Caribbean for the winter season. The schedule abounds with sandy beaches, including Cozumel and Costa Maya (Mexico). Galveston is a popular homeport, so the largest ship comes as a boost to its popularity.
Cozumel is the only call port in the 4-day voyages, with a day at sea on either end to allow passengers to enjoy everything the Voyager-class liner has to offer, and the 5-day cruises offer 2 ports of call in Cozumel and Costa Maya.
RCI is increasing the passenger capacity on its boats, with Adventure OTS expected to reach ~3100 pax per voyage on the ex-Galveston itineraries.
With two ships now homeported in Galveston (Liberty OTS and Adventure OTS), the relationship between RCI and Galveston Wharves is strengthened, with more liners on the way.