Meet the aptly-named Adventure of the Seas®, a ship packed with all the action of our signature innovations—and plenty of time for relaxation, fine dining and splendid ocean views. Enjoy a rock climbing wall that overlooks the sea, or challenge yourself on the basketball court, ice-skating rink or mini-golf course. Achieve perfect zen poolside or at the relaxing VitalitySM Spa. Liven up your nights on the Royal Promenade, with parades, dancing and duty-free shopping deals. And bring along some friends—with spacious public areas, enhanced staterooms, and a spectacular three-story dining room, Adventure of the Seas has room for your whole crew.
- Airfare to Newark and return from Quebec City
- 10 night cruise aboard Adventure of the Seas
- Round trip transfers from airport to pier and pier to airport
Book by Apr 9!
|September 5, 2019||Vancouver, Calgary|
|Taxes & Fees||$498|
|Victoria, Kelowna, Comox add from $300 more|
|Edmonton add from $100 more|
|Toronto, Montreal minus $200 less|
Please call to inquire for flights from other departure cities.
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