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We like the six night itinerary, long enough and we like having a weekend day to get ready and day to recover before back to work, so leaving on Sunday and back on Saturday is perfect. Embark day was very smooth, The ship is beautiful, big but not humongous and easy to figure out after a day or so. We had an inside cabin on deck 7, plenty of space for the two of us, we’re boaters and we like the real “boat” feel of an inside cabin but it might not be for everyone. Our cabin steward was very sweet but there was a bit of a language barrier that we haven’t had before. We had a bit of a mixup with our dining, we had chosen main dining early when we booked months ago but all of a sudden when we got our sea passes (which you don’t get now until you go to your cabin) they said My Time Dining. So we had to kind of push to get a table for two in main dining and didn’t get that until the 2nd night. They worked it out for us but it shouldn’t have happened and we missed out on a night at our “real” table. We moved on though and it was fine. Our servers there were very good, Nidia in particular. The food was good, some nights especially good. We liked the new sinks going into the Windjammer, very slick with wash and dry all in one, and much better than the constant antibacterial stuff that always feels so sticky, I’d rather wash my hands. We liked the Windjammer buffet for lunch and a couple of breakfasts, good food, nice variety. We spend lots of time outside and enjoy the deck above the pool. But geez, even though they really really try to tell people no saving chairs there are still so many people that do that! We never need to be right in the middle of things so we were always able to find chairs but you do see people wandering around looking for seats when there are so many saved and never used. It’s a selfish thing that never seems to change. In Cozumel we did the single rider ATV/Cavern swim excursion, very fun! We thought it might be slow riding but we were pleasantly surprised, they really let us fly! And the cavern was very cool, a literal bat cave which I thought would freak me out but our guides did such a great job of explaining it all that it felt ok to get in and swim. Great experience. I’m all over the place here, but we also really enjoyed the guy in the piano bar, can’t remember his name but he did a really funny little show. Disembarkation was made super easy by using a porter for our luggage. Our guy got our bags and somehow got us to the head of a very long line, it took us 15 mins from walking off the ship to getting into the parking garage shuttle! Money well spent on that one!

Nice Ship, kept us loyal to Royal Caribbean

Adventure of the Seas Cruise Review by Sunday19

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We like the six night itinerary, long enough and we like having a weekend day to get ready and day to recover before back to work, so leaving on Sunday and back on Saturday is perfect. Embark day was very smooth, The ship is beautiful, big but not humongous and easy to figure out after a day or so. We had an inside cabin on deck 7, plenty of space for the two of us, we’re boaters and we like the real “boat” feel of an inside cabin but it might not be for everyone. Our cabin steward was very sweet but there was a bit of a language barrier that we haven’t had before. We had a bit of a mixup with our dining, we had chosen main dining early when we booked months ago but all of a sudden when we got our sea passes (which you don’t get now until you go to your cabin) they said My Time Dining. So we had to kind of push to get a table for two in main dining and didn’t get that until the 2nd night. They worked it out for us but it shouldn’t have happened and we missed out on a night at our “real” table. We moved on though and it was fine. Our servers there were very good, Nidia in particular. The food was good, some nights especially good. We liked the new sinks going into the Windjammer, very slick with wash and dry all in one, and much better than the constant antibacterial stuff that always feels so sticky, I’d rather wash my hands. We liked the Windjammer buffet for lunch and a couple of breakfasts, good food, nice variety. We spend lots of time outside and enjoy the deck above the pool. But geez, even though they really really try to tell people no saving chairs there are still so many people that do that! We never need to be right in the middle of things so we were always able to find chairs but you do see people wandering around looking for seats when there are so many saved and never used. It’s a selfish thing that never seems to change. In Cozumel we did the single rider ATV/Cavern swim excursion, very fun! We thought it might be slow riding but we were pleasantly surprised, they really let us fly! And the cavern was very cool, a literal bat cave which I thought would freak me out but our guides did such a great job of explaining it all that it felt ok to get in and swim. Great experience. I’m all over the place here, but we also really enjoyed the guy in the piano bar, can’t remember his name but he did a really funny little show. Disembarkation was made super easy by using a porter for our luggage. Our guy got our bags and somehow got us to the head of a very long line, it took us 15 mins from walking off the ship to getting into the parking garage shuttle! Money well spent on that one!
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