Royal Caribbean International will debut a new array of amenities on the 3,114-passenger Adventure of the Seas, after a $61 million refurbishment this November.
Originally introduced in 2001, the ship will be fitted with new dual racer waterslides, the Cyclone and Typhoon; a FlowRider surf simulator; and Splashaway Bay, a children’s aqua park.
New culinary and entertainment venues include an Izumi Japanese Cuisine; Royal's signature steakhouse, Chops Grille; and Boleros Latin Lounge.
The ship will also receive an additional 100 cabins and a new Suites Lounge.
The Adventure is Royal Caribbean’s fifth ship to undergo revitalization, and will be the brand’s largest ship revitalization investment yet, Royal said.
The Adventure offers southern Caribbean itineraries from San Juan.