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Adventure of the seas going to be Amplified?


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Adventure was mostly amped already.  She was pretty much the start of the amplification movement and the success with her upgrades led to the official amplification program being sold to the board that some other ships received.  In that sense Adventure was the trial amplification.  She received water slides, new venues like Izumi, updates around the ship in other venues, new cabins, new mini golf, suite lounge, etc.  

She did not get a Playmakers and her pool deck did not get a complete makeover like on Navigator (but neither did Mariner with her amp).  Really it comes down to Playmakers being absent and maybe The Bamboo Room.  Not all ships got those so it's hard to know what Adventure was supposed to get in her "amp".  Some of that was probably marketing so they could officially call her "amped".  

The point is Adventure has received a number of updates but it wasn't called an amplification at the time.  

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36 minutes ago, smiles998 said:

More than anything else, I am hoping for more eating venues.... Boardwalk Dog House, El Loco Fresh, Jamie's Italian, Playmakers Sports bar, or even just a dedicated location for Serrentos and expanding the Cafe Promenade...  🤔..😋

Definitely no dedicated Sorrento's. That's Freedom class and newer.  No Voyager class has had a dedicated Sorrento's installed.

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I thought Royal said there was no amplifications done for the time being due to COVID crisis. Doesn’t mean they won’t do dry docks. Maintenance has to be done. Mostly technical to ships and engines. Some ships might get new beds, new carpets. But I would not expect any new slides, restaurants, or features for the time being. 

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1 hour ago, Oliver said:

I thought Royal said there was no amplifications done for the time being due to COVID crisis. Doesn’t mean they won’t do dry docks. Maintenance has to be done. Mostly technical to ships and engines. Some ships might get new beds, new carpets. But I would not expect any new slides, restaurants, or features for the time being. 

She already received slides, new restaurants, cabin updates, suite lounge, etc.  

Adventure received all the hallmarks upgrades of an amplification one year before they started calling them amplifications.  She was the start of the amplification process, they just hadn't coined the term yet.

Granted she did not Playmakers but neither did Voyager in her amplification.

Granted she did not get a new resort style pool deck but neither did Mariner in her amplification.

It always amazes me how one marketing word catches so many people up.  

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1 hour ago, Geoff P said:

Any details on what Adventure had done in dry dock?  I know nobody has been on yet since, but just curious if any rumors or details have been floating around…wife is hoping for an El Loco Fresh lol

I assume just technical work.  It got some passenger facing work done in around 2018 or so (I believe) including slides, some room refreshes, Izumi on the promenade, and some other things.  I went on Adventure in June, I don't expect any differences.  Their marketing team is usually pretty good at making us all very aware of updates.

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