$61 Million Renovation Planned for Royal Caribbean’s Adventure of the Seas (VIDEO)

Royal Caribbean International has announced a new $61 million renovation project to debut on Adventure of the Seas this November. 

The updates will include new new dual racer waterslides, Cyclone and Typhoon, the FlowRider surf simulator, and a children’s aquapark, Splashaway Bay. In addition, guests will enjoy a new lineup of culinary and entertainment venues with Izumi Japanese Cuisine, the brand’s signature steakhouse, Chops Grille, and Boleros Latin Lounge. The ship also will receive more than 100 new staterooms, a refresh of all existing staterooms and a new Suites Lounge for luxury travelers.

The reinvented Adventure is Royal Caribbean’s fifth ship to undergo revitalization.

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Adventure of the Seas will sail from San Juan, Puerto Rico, to ports in the southern Caribbean, including Bridgetown, Barbados; Castries, St. Lucia; St. Johns, Antigua; Basseterre, St. Kitts; and Philipsburg, St. Maarten.

Other features offered on the Voyager-class ship include the Vitality at Sea Spa and Fitness Center, three pools, including the adults-only Solarium, a rock climbing wall, basketball court, Windjammer Café, Johnny Rockets, and the three-story Main Dining Room. Adventure also delivers entertainment options, with complimentary Broadway-style entertainment in the main theater, ice-skating shows in Studio B, and the Royal Promenade with parties, parades, dance and shopping outlets.

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