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We were on Adventure in July last year with one ship in port. Other than the Red slide at the top of the tower the lines were actually very short with some having no wait at all. Much less than what you'd expect at a waterpark. 

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Was there on Anthem Thanksgiving week (lots of kids).  Got off the ship shortly after arrival and went right to the waterpark and was able to cycle through all of the slides with no wait.  By the time we started to do 2nd runs, the lines suddenly got extremely long, as if everyone showed up at once.  Went to the beach for a couple hours and came back after lunch to find the lines non-existent with the exception of the big red slide, which had a wait of about 15 minutes.  After lunch is when we got our $92 worth as we cycled though everything multiple times.  


When you first get to the park stop by the big red slide.  If you are early enough you can go straight on with little wait, otherwise they give you a card with a time to come back later so you don't have to wait as long.  After lunch they didn't have the cards since the crowd had dissipated.  

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We were there the day after Christmas and they were using a return card process for the big slide so you didn’t have to wait in the line very long. I didn’t use it, but my kids thought it worked well and they didn’t complain about the wait times. The other lines were pretty manageable. 

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Been there  twice so far. The key is to get off the ship first thing, and get on the big red slide, then after that go to the big tube slide. after that do the other slides as you wish. Waited no more then 5 min per slide, some just walked right on.Was there with 2 ships in port (Anthem, Majesty). 

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Same as above. I was there on Harmony, only ship in port. Get right off the ship ASAP, do the Daredevil's Peak (big red slide), then go do all the tube slides. Throughout the day, the longest lines were the tube slides. For the most part, we were able to essentially walk straight onto all the slides with the exception of the red slide and the tube slides. At the end of the day, you can do the red slide multiple times in a row as they stop doing the return cards and no one is waiting. It is a significant hike up to the red slide, so keep that in mind if you're planning on doing it again and again. The climb gets daunting after while, and I'm a young fit healthy person 😂

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