Cape Liberty to Galveston, 4 November 2020 (13 nights)

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Ship:
Adventure of the Seas
Line:
Royal Caribbean
Departure:
New York
Depart Date:
4th November 2020
Duration:
13 nights | View itinerary
Customer Rating:
View 35 reviews
Cruise Type:
Fly Cruise

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Inside from
£1,354 pp
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Outside from
£1,534 pp
YO guaranteed cabin fare
Balcony from
£1,887 pp
XB guaranteed cabin fare
Suite from
£2,410 pp
WS guaranteed cabin fare
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Cruise Id: 210940

Holiday Features

  • All meals and snacks onboard
  • 24 hour room service
  • All entertainment
  • Fitness Centre
  • Sauna, Jacuzzi & Steam Room
  • Rock Climbing/ Ice Rink/ Golf Course
  • Kids activities from toddlers to teenagers
 
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Cruise itinerary

Day Port Due Depart
1-2 Fly from the UK
2 New York (Cape Liberty)
3-4 At Sea
5 Labadee
Labadee
The resort is completely tourist-oriented and safe as there is a personal security force. A controlled group of Haitian merchants are given sole rights to sell their merchandise and establish their businesses in the resort. Although sometimes described as an island in its own right in advertisements, it is actually contiguous with the island of Hispaniola. However, the site is fenced off from the surrounding area. The cruise ships anchor offshore and passengers are ferried to the resort
6 At Sea
7 Oranjestad, Aruba
Oranjestad, Aruba
Being one of the Dutch Antilles, Aruba still retains its Dutch charm. You will notice this when you see the many windmills that are to be found in the island. Aruba is characterised by fine beaches, sapphire blue waters, almost year-round sunshine and exotic cactus. In the capital Oranjestad, admire the pastel coloured houses and the palm-lined streets. Then go snorkelling and discover the incredible coral formation and tropical fish. Other highlights include gold mine ruins in the countryside, Guadirikiri Caves and the fascinating natural limestone bridge. If you like shopping, you’ll love Aruba and its fabulous shops and outdoor markets.
8 Willemstad, Curacao
Willemstad, Curacao
Curacao is one of the Dutch Antilles. This is reflected in the Dutch cuisine served in the island’s restaurants and in the Dutch-style houses of the capital Willemstad. Here shopping is superb…the ‘Floating Market’ alongside the canal is well worth checking out. You will find anything from tropical fruits and vegetables to local handicrafts. Visit the dramatic Hato Caves, a series of grottos with underground waterfalls and ancient Indian petroglyphs, or explore the spectacular Curacao Sea Aquarium, where you will see around 400 exotic species of marine life. Dive in the sapphire blue waters near the beautiful coral reef and experience feeding turtles and stingrays. Then discover Curacao’s Ostrich Farm, where you will see how the ostrich develops from an egg to the largest bird in the world. Before you leave the island, you must try the famous Curacao’s fruity liqueur.
9 At Sea
10 George Town, Grand Cayman
George Town, Grand Cayman
Grand Cayman is home to the island’s capital George Town. The city is famous for Seven Mile Beach, one of the world’s best beaches, and watersports ranging from jet skiing to windsurfing. If you like snorkelling, then take a trip to Stingray City. You won’t be disappointed. Before you leave Grand Cayman, don’t forget to try the delicious local Tortuga Rum Cake and, if you have time, explore the legendary Cayman Wall on board a submarine.
11-12 At Sea
13 Galveston
Galveston
Galveston is a coastal city located on Galveston Island in the U.S. state of Texas.
13 Fly to the UK
14 Arrive in UK - Overnight flight
This sailing calls at Labadee, Haiti. Whilst Labadee is a contained and secured resort area, UK Government’s current travel advisory for Haiti advises against all but essential travel. Latest updates can be found on at fco.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice.

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Customer reviews for Adventure of the Seas

Fabulous cruise round Caribbean with a two day stay in Miami Beach. Everything went smoothly and to plan transfers were on time. The only problem we had was having to contact the taxi company when we arrived back in port as I had no service on my phone. Fortunately I managed to find someone who phoned them for me.

Booked a cruise on this ship to the Caribbean for a special occasion, and so very much looking forward to it. Our cabin was very nice as booked a suite, the staff were all wonderful. We only ate in the Windjammer buffet restaurant as don’t like the formality of a dining room. The food was wonderful at every mealtime, great selection and excellent quality. The waiters came around all of the time to get you drinks, or see if all was ok, and generally to assist, some of the best staff I have ever encountered. We had the deluxe drinks package and well worth it as there was excellent choice and good value for the price paid. However, with regard to the ship itself, I felt it was extremely overcrowded mainly when it came to the pool area, on the 12th deck the beds were all tied together and there was not even enough room to get between them, and always full. The main pool area has a children’s pool along side the adults pool, it was crammed you couldn’t get near it, far too busy. The Solarium pool for adults was also too small to accommodate the number of guests. You also couldn’t seem to find a quiet corner on deck. On the main pool deck the music blasted out and I mean blasted, and sorry but I don’t mind a bit of music but this was far too loud, not relaxing at all. The entertainment was quite good, the ice show in particular, I have never seen this on a cruise ship before and thought it was amazing. The bars were all good, and all areas very well kept. There were however over 900 teenagers/children on the ship, some were in the adult bars late at night, obviously not consuming alcohol, but I do think there should have been restrictions on where they could go after a certain time. With regard to the itinerary, we visited Haiti, Peurto RICO, St Marteen and St Kitts. I would say Peurto RICO was the best, with the others unless you like a beach or jewellery shopping, then not really much else. Also The trips are quite expensive booked through the ship. I am not sure I would go with Royal Caribbean again, as have done over 20 cruises and this was the first time I have felt so stressed on a ship and could not wait to get home. I felt the ship was far too crammed for my liking and not relaxing at all. I have also come to the conclusion I would rather stick to cruising nearer to home, as on the flight out we were allocated separate seats which is a pain on long haul I was in row 47 and my husband was in row 29. For disembarking the ship we had to leave at 8.15am but our flight was not until 20.40 pm, apparently all guests have to be off the ship by 10.00am. I have never known this as normally you are able to disembark a bit nearer to your flight time! To add to this, the return transfer from the ship to Miami airport broke down on the highway and we were stuck there for over 2 hours in the boiling heat! At which point really had enough, so all in all not the best experience.

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I had a fantastic time! Everything was well organised. The flight, transfers, hotel were all good. Embarkation was trouble free. The ship has been smartened up in some areas, especially the slides and surf area which was a great experience. Staff were really friendly and were so helpful. The food was great too although over the years they have cut down on the selection (but is happening on most ships these days too!) overall, a great holiday, met some new friends on our table. Only dined in the windjammer twice all holiday (it can be extremely busy there) as I prefer a quieter dining experience. I would certainly go again! Thank you! Sent from my iPad

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Reduced Child Fares - Offer is applicable on selected 2020-2022 departures for children aged 12 years and under. The reduced child fare is based on a cruise only fare and is inclusive of port taxes and fees. Any applicable flights or transfers will be an additional charge. Any and all savings are included in the per person price shown. Offers are applicable to new bookings made between the 17th December 2019 - 31st March 2020 (Peak school holiday dates are excluded from the promotion) The Even Bigger Saving Promotion is applicable to new bookings made between 16th and 20th January 2020 on selected sailings departing between 2nd January 2020 and 30th April 2022. Guarantee stateroom bookings in ZI, YO, XB, XN, & WS categories are included in this promotion. *Secure your holiday for £1 per person. Available on selected holidays. When securing for £1pp, the holiday balance is payable by a monthly easy payment plan. Alternative initial payment options available.

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