Londoner - Answered a Question by Williams (03 May 08 01:38)

Although older and not with the refurb of the Navigator, the Voyager is a happier ship with better service, It is in great condition and I much prefer it of the two.

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Aldrich - Answered a Question by Williams (16 Oct 07 18:11)

If you have been on Navigator of the Seas then that is Voyager otS twin sister. You will find them very similar. The one week cruise out of Barcelona is great - but very port intensive. Only probs of a fly-cruise is the luggage limits that the planes impose on you IMH.

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Falan and Leanne Down - Answered a Question by Williams (16 Oct 07 19:56)

If you like Navigator then you should like Voyager. Larger than Sea Princess and Oceana so allow more time to get around. RCI staff are probably the most enthusiastic guys and gals out there and if you are a person who likes to do things on board then RCI big ships are great. I must admit though that I prefer the medium to small ships because they are intimate in a friendly way. A weeks cruise from Barcelona is fine....it will go quickly though. If you were thinking of somewhere more distant then I would chose a longer time......Leanne Dow.

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kirkham - Answered a Question by Williams (17 Oct 07 08:24)

We were on Voyager from Barcelona this August,had a great time. It is older than Navigator, but is well maintained and in good order.The port is only about 30 minutes away.Any other questions l can help with.

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Keelan - Answered a Question by Williams (19 Oct 07 05:23)

Navigator and Voyager are virtually identical apart from internal decoration AND the fact that the balconies are set into the structure of the ship , unlike the Navigator where the balconies extend beyond the ship and are plexiglass If you liked Navigator you'll like Voyager, even though it's slightly olde.

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