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Voyager Of The Seas, Royal Caribbean

VOYAGER OF THE SEAS TECHNICAL FACTS

Entered Service:
November, 1994
Length (ft/m):
1,020ft/311m
Beam (ft/m):
158ft/48m
Decks:
14 (guests)
Number of Passengers:
4,000
Number of Crew:
1,200
Number of Swimming Pools:
3
Size:
137,276 Gross Tonnage

ABOUT VOYAGER OF THE SEAS

Ship Amenities

Inspired by the Burlington Arcade in London, the ship’s Royal Promenade serves as a sophisticated meeting point lined with shops, entertainment venues, and eateries to explore. It includes interior lobbies spanning 11 decks in height. Venues in here include a traditional English pub, ice cream shop, and sports bar, while street performers keep the atmosphere lively throughout the day. For a quieter vibe, visit the 24-hour library or have a drink while watching the fish swim by in the Aquarium Bar. Voyager of the Seas also boasts its own wedding chapel, along with a resort-like pool and entertainment area including water slides and splash pools. 

Cabin Amenities 

There are four main groupings to choose from when it comes to cabin price grades, including interior cabins, ocean-view cabins, interior cabins with an atrium view, and ocean-view suites. Many have interconnecting doors which is an ideal feature for families and friend groups. Standard features include private bathrooms with showers, hairdryers, vanity units, personal safes, and digital flat-screen infotainment systems. 

Dining Options

Voyager of the Seas really excels when it comes to dining, with something to suit all tastes. The main dining room is called Sapphire and is set over three levels to handle large volumes of guests each evening. For something different, visit the casual buffet-style Windjammer Café. It dishes out a range of hot and cold options for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and late-night snacks. Specialty options include Italian trattoria dishes at Giovanni’s Table and American diner fare at Johnny Rockets. Visit the Promenade Café for pizzas, continental breakfasts and sandwiches, or Sprinkles for ice cream around the clock. 

Entertainment

There’s always a show going on somewhere on Voyager of the Seas, starting with the array of options in the Royal Promenade with its street performers and parades. It houses the Schooner Bar with live piano music, as well as the Connoisseur’s Club cigar lounge and glamorous Casino Royale. Studio B is a unique touch, housing a real live ice-skating rink that puts on fanciful Ice Spectaculars. La Scala Theatre is the main show lounge onboard, where you can see cabaret, musical and comedy acts in an


VOYAGER OF THE SEAS REVIEWS

From Venice and Back on the VOTS

VOYAGER OF THE SEAS

INMAN, SOUTHPORT on 14th Aug 2011

Dining was excellent every night we were in the Carmen level 3 with our waiter, Claudo and his assistant Desmond. Fab team nothing was any trouble, Beef and Seafood were excellent every time.

Wonderful cruise experience

VOYAGER OF THE SEAS

GOUGH, MALAGA on 23rd Jul 2019

The ship itself was also fantastic, everything well laid out and accessible, the selection and quality of food in the Windjammer buffet was mind-blowing as was the dining room.

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