Royal Caribbean’s Adventure of the Seas homeported in Galveston (Texas USA) for the first time

   November 12, 2021 ,   Cruise Industry

RCI-Royal Caribbean’s ship Adventure of the Seas was welcomed to Port Galveston (Texas USA) for the first time on November 8, where she started Western Caribbean roundtrips.

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.

Adventure Of The Seas cruise ship

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.