Royal Caribbean International is to spend $61 million refurbishing Adventure of the Seas.
As part of the dry docking that will take place in November 2016, the Voyager-class ship will receive two racer waterslides, a Flowrider surf simulator, Splashaway Bay children’s aqua park, as well as new specialty restaurants.
“We’re thrilled to debut an array of new enhancements to one of our guest’s most beloved ships,” said Michael Bayley, President and CEO, Royal Caribbean International. “The name Adventure says it all; this ship is packed with action, featuring a mix of signature features and innovations, including thrilling new waterslides and VOOM, the fastest internet at sea.”
All staterooms will receive a refresh, in addition to 100 new staterooms being installed.
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