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Review: Adventure of The Seas

Cruise - Ocean Cruise

Sea days

  • By SilverTraveller kirkby

    22 reviews

    Ribbon

  • Aug 2013
  • Family including children under 16
  • Family holiday
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Before trying my first cruise I wondered what on earth passengers did on 'sea days' – do they feel like wasted time and just a necessary evil on route to the next destination on the cruise itinerary?



On this cruise to the Norwegian fjords – my first ever holiday on a ship – I was taken by surprise to find that these mysterious sea days were, in fact, opportunities to try lots of new activities – to watch films, swim in the pools, go to the gym, relax in the spa, learn to skate, dangle from a climbing wall, run miles along the top deck track, see a show, win at blackjack, and see towels folded into the shape of every creature on the planet…plus all sorts of other delights.



By the time we arrived at the next destination, my holiday seemed to have gained extra dimensions in space & time – all because of the sea days . They are magnificent!

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  • zenanattriss
    almost 7 years ago
    I have grown to love sea days - pick'n'mix from the programme of activities, read, enjoy a long lunch, chat to fellow passengers or sunbathe.
    What could be more enjoyable!
    Zena
  • Su
    almost 8 years ago
    Yes, there's loads to do on a large cruise ship, however the smaller ships haven't got quite as much going on. I think Cunard do days at sea well. They have guest speakers such as Robert Powell, I could have listened to him all day!