Royal Caribbean's Adventure of the Seas is due for a refurbishment in November 2016 and we are now getting details on what work will be done.
Royal Caribbean is planning on adding these changes and additions to the ship
Cyclone and Typhoon waterslides
These two water slides were first added to Liberty of the Seas, and have also found a home on Harmony of the Seas.
Adventure of the Seas will be the first Voyager-class ship to get water slides.
FlowRider surf simulator
The FlowRider has proven to be one of the more popular activities across Royal Caribbean's fleet. Guests can choose between learning to stand-up surf or boogie board throughout their cruise.
Royal Caribbean has been adding FlowRiders to many of its ships, including other Voyager-class ships.
Slashaway Bay aqua park
Splashaway Bay is an aqua park featuring an interactive kid’s play area with water cannons, geysers and much more.
Like the water slides, it too was first introduced on Liberty of the Seas and was also added to Harmony of the Seas.
Fans of Japanese cuisine will relish meals at Izumi. The restaurant is famous for fresh, quality made sushi as well as other traditional Japanese dishes.
Izumi has been added to many other Royal Caribbean ships over the years, and has become one of the most proliferated and popular specialty restaurants.
Addition of dry-aged steaks to Chops Grille
Royal Caribbean is capitalizing on the dry-aged steak fad, which is the process of hanging the meats and letting time and microbes do their magic to enhance the flavor of the beef.
Dry-aging beef takes time, usually 21-28 days, and as a result costs more money because the restaurant ties up cash in inventory that’s just sitting around, losing water weight and literally shrinking. The benefit is the flavors get concentrated, similar to how a reducing sauce becomes richer. It's become a big fad among steakhouses these days and Royal Caribbean wanted in on the action.
Adventure of the Seas is a Voyager-class cruise ship and is home-ported in San Juan, Puerto Rico.