ADVENTURES ON EVERY DECK
This summer, Adventure of the Seas® unlocks seven-night getaways from Nassau. Double up on thrills and even more time to chill with two days at our top-rated private destination, Perfect Day at CocoCay. You’ll also a chance get to venture into Maya history during a visit to Cozumel. And unwind on Grand Bahama Island’s beautiful white-sand beaches. All onboard a fan-favorite ship that offers plenty of new discoveries between iconic shores.
It’s time to bring back the island-hop. Get ready for an unforgettable week-long escape onboard fleet-favorite Adventure of the Seas®, sailing from Nassau this summer. Loaded from bow to stern with epic thrills and ways to chill, it’s the perfect home-base as you sail to some of the Caribbean’s best-loved destinations.
Beginning in June 2021, Adventure of the Seas becomes your gateway to memory-maxing week-long getaways in the Caribbean. In between new discoveries onshore, you can look forward to sea days filled with world-class dining, adrenaline-amping thrills, dazzling entertainment and more onboard.
If you’re craving crystal-clear waters, vibrant coral reefs and island vibes turned way, way up, these getaways check all the boxes. Each week-long sailing onboard Adventure of the Seas includes two thrill- and chill-filled days at our top-rated private destination, Perfect Day at CocoCay — plus stops in Grand Bahama Island and Cozumel.
Soak up island views and aquatic adventures in the Bahamas
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There's a lot of similarity between the soul food of the southern U.S., and Bahamian cuisine, that blends the Caribbean tang with its very own spice, creating a trademark flavor unique to the region.
Laze in a beachside hammock or get your thrills at Thrill Waterpark on Perfect Day at CocoCay. Stroll along the waterfront of capital city Nassau and see its distinctive pastel-colored buildings. Or explore waterfalls and botanic gardens on Grand Bahama Island.