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Voyager of the Seas

Voyager of the Seas showcases why Royal Caribbean are known for producing grand scale ships that offer a wealth of variety, facilities and options.

This superb ship includes fantastic facilities such as an ice rink, rock climbing wall, a 9-hole miniature golf course and a full sized basketball court! If relaxing is more your thing, then enjoy waiter-served cocktails by the pool, head to the ship's spa, or sit back and watch Broadway-style productions in the theatre.

Royal Caribbean is known for having some of the most innovative and exciting cruise ships in the world. The 138,000 tonne, 3,114 guest capacity Voyager of the Seas became the world's largest cruise ship when it entered service in November 1999. Though she is now eclipsed by the cruise line's Oasis class ships in terms of size, the Voyager of the Seas makes the most of her space and offers a fantastic cruise experience for every holidaymaker.

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Ship Stats and Features

Year Entered Service 01/01/1999
Tonnage 138000
Wheelchair Accessible Cabins 26
Number Of Decks 15
Number Of Elevators 14
Number Of Pools 3
Number Of Restaurants 4
Formal Nights Yes
Kids Clubs Yes
Maximum Capacity 3114 (3838)
Crew 1176
Refurbished 2019

Ship Facilities

Onboard Voyager of the Seas, whether you fancy a juicy '50s style burger or a five course meal, the choice is yours! The main dining rooms are arranged over three floors, with each floor having its own name. Magic Flute, La Boheme & The Carmen restaurant offer all the quality and service you would expect from a top quality restaurant. Menus are prepared by world-class chefs and cuisine is delivered by the most charming and pleasant waiting staff.

There are many other dining venues onboard Voyager of the Seas offering variety of dining styles, including Royal Caribbean's 24 hour buffet and the Windjammer cafe, offering casual dining throughout the day. In addition, Johnny Rocket's offers that authentic American diner feel and Portofino offers fabulous Italian fare.

There are plenty of entertainment options onboard Voyager of the Seas that are guaranteed to 'wow' you throughout your cruise. You can feel the buzz of the nightclub, the excitement of the casino or take in the laid back atmosphere of the piano bars. The Pig & Whistle is a traditional English pub, offering a great choice of beers or indulge in something a little more sophisticated and head to the Champagne Bar for an evening of elegance, canapés and fizz.

If you’d like to a catch a live performance, the theatre reaches over three decks and offers Broadway-style shows, from modern stage productions to comedy acts every night throughout your cruise. You can also marvel at the skills of professional ice dancers during evening shows at the ice rink.

If the ultimate entertainment for you is simply chilling out while watching a movie, you can decide between getting caught up in the action at the 3D movie theatre, or sitting back on one of the loungers on the deck while watching a film on the poolside big screen.

Whatever mood you're in, there is always something to entertain you onboard Voyager of the Seas.

Voyager of the Seas provides exciting programs for passengers as young as 6 months right up to 17 years old. You can rest assured that you will be leaving your children in good hands as every member of staff holds a college degree in education or other related field. Kids clubs are divided by age and include 6-18 months, 18-36 months, 3-5 years and 6-8 year olds, while older kids clubs range between 9-11, 12-14 and 15 to 17 year olds.

Spa and fitness

Royal Caribbean's brand of health & fitness options features a range of programmes and facilities that are designed to cater for all of your fitness requirements. Free-weights, spin bikes, steppers, treadmills and weight machines are all here, as well as group workout classes that allow you to interact with your fellow passengers while you get work up a sweat.

Find other sporting pursuits onboard Voyager of the Seas on the sports deck. Here there are areas for basketball, football, table tennis, mini-golf, and even a running track where you can enjoy an early morning jog. Alternatively, for something a little more adventurous, make the most of the signature Royal Caribbean rock-climbing wall. The 30 foot structure will grant the bravest climbers a fantastic view of the surrounding seas.

The Flowrider is another hugely popular attraction. This is a realistic surf simulator on which guests can have a go at surfing or bodyboarding, and take advantage of the qualified instructors onboard - who can provide lessons at an additional cost.

After time spent exerting yourself, wind down and indulge in The ShipShape Day Spa. A variety of treatments and therapies are available that will rejuvenate your mind, body, and soul and leave you feeling brand new and ready to face the day.

Recreation

Your time onboard Voyager of the Seas doesn’t have to be about being active. For a more leisurely few hours, check out what else the ship has to offer. From a quiet few hours spent chilling out in the internet café or library, to browsing the shops for a little holiday treat, to an afternoon spent soaking up the atmosphere by one of the ship’s pools, you can choose a pace to suit you.

Customer reviews for Voyager of the Seas

We had a fantastic holiday visiting Hong Kong, Vietnam and Singapore. The flights, transfers, hotels, locations, ship, staff and excursions where all top class. Would not hesitate in recommending IGLU Cruises for booking a holiday

Excellent cruise Good helpful,friendly staff. Great choice of food. Informed shore excursions.

We did a back to back 5 and 9 nights in June/ July from Singapore. Voyager is a lovely ship but the service, entertainment, food and organisation were appalling. The first 5 nights of the second cruise were identical to the first 5 nights - even down to the quiz question. This was very poor as over 500 of us were doing both cruises. As usual the drinks were extortionate. I’ve never before known the Windjammer to close completely at 9 pm every night. It meant after dinner 3500 customers had to use the promenade cafe - chaos ensued. The menus on Royal Caribbean get more limited every year, also the portions are smaller, perhaps not a bad thing really. Breakfast in the dining room was help yourself and was invariably luke warm at best. This I’m afraid will be my last cruise with Royal Caribbean as they are now chasing the big bucks, if you’re not in a suite you are irrelevant. A couple we met were on their 43rd RCI cruise but were not allowed in the concierge lounge because they were not in a suite.

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