Adventure of the Seas, one of the biggest ships, is the sister-ship to Voyager of the Seas. It measures 138,000 tons and offers its guests numerous innovative activity options, such as an ice-skating rink, a rock climbing wall 200 feet above sea level, an inline skating track, a wedding chapel, and a full basketball court. It sails roundtrip from San Juan, Puerto Rico to the Southern Caribbean, visiting Aruba, Curacao, St. Maarten and St. Thomas.
Whether you like sports, entertainment, shopping or family activities, the ship has something for everyone. Among the numerous dining options is the main La Boheme Dining Room, Johnny Rocket's ®, a 50's diner, and the romantic Italian Portofino restaurant with views over the water.
The Royal Promenade measures two football fields in length and is four decks high. The area features a wide selection of restaurants and duty free shops, including jewelry, perfume and china. Guests can savor their favorite brandy at the Connoisseur Club, or enjoy a delicious meal. The Royal Promenade tries to recreate the ambiance of York's Times Square or London's Burlington Arcade. You can even get a room facing the Royal Promenade.
The ship offers a variety of activities for family vacationers. There is the Club Ocean which has a play area for kids and offers several programs for different age groups. Club Ocean features a family-oriented diner, teen disco and video arcade. The Ice Skating Rink is another place to enjoy with the whole family, either to ice skate, or to watch a rock concert, games show, or a fashion show when the Ice Skating Rink converts into a 900-seat arena.
There is a fitness center, a spa, and a salon. There is an outdoor activity court for sports, including basketball and volleyball, and the Adventure Dunes Golf Course, a 9-hole small-scale golf course for adults and kids.
The ship has a comprehensive scuba diving programs offering a range of classes from programs for kids and beginners to Open Water Certification and Scuba Tune-up, a refresher program for certified divers. The Open Water Certification course consists of academic training, pool skills, and two open water dives. There is an additional fee for scuba diving courses.