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Voyager Of The Seas - Royal Caribbean

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Voyager Of The Seas Overview

The Voyager of the Seas changed the face of the cruise industry forever. Launched in 1999, she was the first Royal Caribbean ship to include features such as a rock-climbing wall, an ice-skating rink and a TV studio, among many other innovative amenities. Larger vessels have now followed in her wake, but she remains one of the most popular and well-loved ships at sea.


The Voyager of the Seas specs

This beautiful vessel weighs 137,276 tonnes, measures 1,021 feet in length and spans 15 decks. She can accommodate 3,114 passengers and 1,176 crew. Her cruising speed is 23.7 knots.



Inside the Voyager of the Seas

As soon as you step on board the Voyager of the Seas, you'll immediately feel like you're on holiday. The surroundings are charming and elegant without being stuffy and pretentious, and attentive staff are there to help with your every need. Not to mention the interiors are in absolutely immaculate condition following an $80 million renovation in 2014. The Voyager of the Seas promises the ultimate cruise experience, allowing you to escape your everyday routine and enjoy staying somewhere special.



Things to do on board the Voyager of the Seas

What sets the Royal Caribbean fleet apart from its competitors is its impressive on-board action and adventure offerings. Like her sister ships, the Voyager of the Seas has a rock-climbing wall, an ice skating rink, a surf simulator and many other interactive features.

Of course, you'll also find plenty of ways to relax and unwind, such as soaking up some sun by the pool or enjoying a massage at Vitality Spa. What the Voyager of the Seas promises above all else is an abundance of choice - you'll never run out of things to do whether you're travelling solo, as a couple or with family and friends.



Voyager of the Seas restaurants and bars

Delicious food, fine wines, attentive service - the restaurants on board the Voyager of the Seas tick every box. There are several dining venues, each offering a wide variety of flavours on the menu, including low-fat and vegetarian options.

After dinner, take your pick from one of 14 bars, clubs and lounges. From the traditional English British Pig & Whistle Pub to the High Notes nightclub, there's no shortage of spots to enjoy a drink as you revisit your favourite memories from the day.



The Voyager of the Seas itineraries and shore excursions

Splitting her time between the South Pacific and Asia, the Voyager of the Seas travels to destinations such as Hong Kong, Okinawa, Tasmania and many more exciting ports. The exact shore excursions available will of course depend on your chosen itinerary, you can expect a range of tours to suit all activity levels and interests. Examples include a visit to Taronga Zoo in Sydney, jet boating in Auckland Harbour and learning about Tasmanian Devils at the Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary in Hobart.




Cabins on board the Voyager of the Seas

With the capacity for more than 3,000 passengers, the Voyager of the Seas offers a wide range of accommodation options, starting from inside cabins (167 square feet) and going right up to the 1,188-foot Royal Suite, complete with a 170-foot balcony and a baby grand piano.

Let's start with the staterooms. Inside, outside and balcony cabins are available, all of which received new linens, furniture and flat screen televisions during a 2014 refurbishment. These rooms also come equipped with a private bath, mini-bar, hair dryer and air conditioning.

Suites vary widely in size, from Junior (346 square feet) to the aforementioned Royal Suite. All come with larger bathrooms and living room areas, as well as Vitality Spa toiletries. Suite passengers also enjoy access to the Concierge Club, an exclusive room on Deck 9.




Voyager of the Seas Food and Dining

Dining included in your Voyager of the Seas ticket:



  • Carmen Dining Room
  • La Boheme Dining Room
  • The Magic Flute Dining Room
  • Windjammer Cafe
  • Cafe Promenade
  • Room service

Specialty dining (not included in your fare):



  • Chops Grille
  • Izumi Asian Restaurant
  • Giovanni's Table
  • Johnny Rockets
  • Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream


Entertainment on board the Voyager of the Seas cruise ship

The Voyager of the Seas by day

With so many things to do on the Voyager of the Seas you might find yourself wanting to wake up bright and early as opposed to sleeping in! Make sure you check out Royal Caribbean's signature activities, such as the FlowRider surf simulator, rock-climbing wall, ice-skating rink and mini-golf course. The Voyager of the Seas also has an excellent enrichment programme, offering classes on just about every topic you could think of, from how to improve your cooking skills to arts and crafts.

If you're ever feeling overwhelmed by the sheer number of activities available, just approach the friendly entertainment staff. They will be more than happy to help you choose an activity to suit your interests.

Pools and fitness facilities on board the Voyager of the Seas

A cruise holiday would be incomplete without spending some time relaxing by the pool. Be sure to dip your toes into one of the three pools and several jacuzzis on board.

Is there anything nicer after a swim than a massage, facial or pedicure? Head to the Vitality Spa for ultimate relaxation, and take your pick from one the 100+ treatment options available.

Health conscious individuals will be pleased to know there are plenty of places to keep fit on board. Make the most of the Fitness Centre, attend a yoga class or run a few laps around the outdoor jogging track.

Voyager of the Seas nightlife

The La Scala Theater is the social heart of the ship during the evenings. Home to broadway style production shows, this impressive show lounge has more than 1,300 seats and features a Murano glass chandelier.

Other popular spots for nightlife include the many bars and lounges, such as Diamond Club and R Bar. The Casino Royale is also an excellent spot to socialise; this Vegas-inspired 9,623-foot venue has enough slot machines and tables to keep everyone entertained.

The Voyager of the Seas for families

Where to begin? The Voyager of the Seas has so many activities for families, you'll be hard-pressed to try them all! The Adventure Ocean Youth Program is free, fun and full-on; your children will be entertained from dawn to dusk with activities such as arts and crafts, rock climbing and video games. Children are organised into five different age groups to ensure each activity is age appropriate: Aquanauts (ages 3 to 5), Explorers (ages 6 to 8), Voyagers (ages 9 to 11) and then two teen groups, ages 12 to 14 and 15 to 17.

Fun for the whole family is also available - both adults and children alike will love the DreamWorks Experience, where your favourite movie characters from Shrek, Madagascar, Kung Fu Panda and more come to life. Of course you can't go past a day spent at the pool or enjoying a family-friendly movie together.

Group babysitting is available in the evenings from 10pm to 1am. Private in-cabin options are also available, but you are advised to book ahead as this service is limited. 

Balcony Stateroom

Ocean View Balcony - Two twin beds that convert to Royal King, sitting area with sofa, private balcony and bathroom.

  • Sleeps up to 3 guests.
  • Stateroom: 164 sq. ft.
  • Balcony: 47 sq. ft.
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Casino Royale

  • The glittering casino features electronic slot machines, video poker, blackjack, craps, roulette and Caribbean stud poker.