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Cruised with family (total of 14 people). Three separate families. Total of 7 adults (including one senior), 4 teens and 3 kids under 10. Embark and disembark - smooth. Windjammer (breakfast/lunch)- the breakfast and lunch food are the same each day. Change it up!. They need to introduce some specialty items. Windjammer (dinner) - there is a theme dinner each night. The Caribbean theme night (braised oxtail and jerk chicken) is not to be missed. Dining (breakfast/lunch) - there is limited items to order from the menu. There is no variety available. Dinner (dinner) - each night, the menu changes. The portion size is small, but, great food. Entertainment - nightly entertainment. The comedians were nice. Nothing special as it is not our first cruise. The ice dancers were really good given that the ice surface is really small. Stateroom - choose an interior room (cheapest). It has enough storage for our luggage. Excursions - did not book with Royal Caribbean. At each port, we did our own excursion once we got off the pier. At Portland, we did a 1.5 hour bus tour for $29. A similar one organized by the ship would cost $85. On board experiences - gym was good. The men's shower area, change room, and sauna smells like a gym that needs to be cleaned thoroughly. Water slides, pool were enjoyed by adults, teens and kids. Sports deck was great. The open court sports had too many kids and adults participating. Need to have one for kids only and one for adults only... It does not mesh well if kids and adults are playing soccer all at the same time. The washrooms in the public area smells.

RC - AOS - New England/Canada - Family Cruise

Adventure of the Seas Cruise Review by CChou

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Cruised with family (total of 14 people). Three separate families. Total of 7 adults (including one senior), 4 teens and 3 kids under 10.

Embark and disembark - smooth.

Windjammer (breakfast/lunch)- the breakfast and lunch food are the same each day. Change it up!. They need to introduce some specialty items.

Windjammer (dinner) - there is a theme dinner each night. The Caribbean theme night (braised oxtail and jerk chicken) is not to be missed.

Dining (breakfast/lunch) - there is limited items to order from the menu. There is no variety available.

Dinner (dinner) - each night, the menu changes. The portion size is small, but, great food.

Entertainment - nightly entertainment. The comedians were nice. Nothing special as it is not our first cruise. The ice dancers were really good given that the ice surface is really small.

Stateroom - choose an interior room (cheapest). It has enough storage for our luggage.

Excursions - did not book with Royal Caribbean. At each port, we did our own excursion once we got off the pier. At Portland, we did a 1.5 hour bus tour for $29. A similar one organized by the ship would cost $85.

On board experiences - gym was good. The men's shower area, change room, and sauna smells like a gym that needs to be cleaned thoroughly. Water slides, pool were enjoyed by adults, teens and kids. Sports deck was great. The open court sports had too many kids and adults participating. Need to have one for kids only and one for adults only... It does not mesh well if kids and adults are playing soccer all at the same time.

The washrooms in the public area smells.
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Cabin Review

Interior
Cabin 1V 3001
Good size. No complaints.
Deck 10 Inside Cabins, Balcony Cabins, Suite Cabins

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