Adventure of the Seas Review

Even better than expected!

Review for Transatlantic Cruise on Adventure of the Seas
2-5 Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Nov 2014
Cabin: Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Balcony

Our 2nd cruise, 2nd time on the Adventure of the Seas, 1st time doing the transatlantic. We loved it!

The embarkation process, predictably and understandably, was somewhat chaotic and involved lots of line-standing. It all worked out, almost everyone made it on board before the ship left. A couple of days at sea (with a bit of mild choppy weather, enough to let you know that you were on a ship on the ocean), two days of island visits, 6 more (balmy) days at sea, 3 more days of island visits, ending up in San Juan where we stayed another 3 days... Just a perfect mix of activity and total relaxation.

The crew on the ship were universally friendly and helpful. A big shout-out to Christopher in the dining room, Lynn who tended our cabin, the guys and gals at the Sky Bar and Pool Bar, you were all great and we deeply appreciated your fine service.

Cabin Review

Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Balcony

Cabin E1

We had a similar cabin on our first time on the ship 18 months earlier. I am still amazed at how much storage space there is, hardly anything had to stay in the suitcase under the bed, I think I only had to swap stuff in and out of my "back-up storage" suitcase one time. Everything good, no complaints. If there had been any issues, Lynnwould have taken care of it.

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