Voyager of the Seas was launched in 1999 as the first of the Voyager Class of ships to join the fleet, redefining the way people viewed cruising. At 137,276 tonnes, she can hold her own with the best at sea and boasts 14 passenger decks for over 3,100 guests. There are bars and lounges, a fantastic selection of cuisine to choose from, action and adventure, peace and relaxation, and of course plenty to keep the kids occupied!
The incredible Voyager of the Seas introduced many of the iconic features that Royal Caribbean guests still love today, and is the largest cruise ship to ever call Australia home—arriving for the Summer 2014/15 season.
If you're looking for a day at the pool, Royal Caribbean does not disappoint. Voyager of the Seas has three pools and six whirlpools, including a relaxing adults-only swimming pool. Keep in shape at the ship's ocean-view gym with state of the art fitness facilities, group classes, and a jogging/inline skating track. Spa treatments are available in the Elemis Vitality Spa, which features a hydrotherapy pool.
Voyagers of the Seas doesn't leave children and teenagers out of the fun either, with separate facilities such as a cyber cafe, rock climbing, video games, a video arcade, and many age-appropriate group activities through the Adventure Ocean clubs, as well as the teen club Optix. The kids-only splash pool and waterslide give kids a place to play outside without interfering with the peaceful environment at the main pool.
Conquer the rock wall or find your adventure on the basketball court, ice-skating rink, or mini-golf course. Liven up your nights by meeting Shrek on the Royal Promenade and watch the parades, grab a coffee or something stronger, or go dancing in the numerous entertainment venues and nightclub. There's also duty-free shopping and if you break the bank, try your luck in the casino to win it all back!
Bring along some friends—with spacious public areas, enhanced staterooms, and a spectacular three-storey dining room, there's space and choice enough to keep even the largest groups happy.
The dining onboard Voyager of the Seas is impressive and varied, so whether you’re looking for casual or formal, fast food, snacks, or haute cuisine and adventurous choices, there’s something to suit all tastes. Try Johnny Rockets for a 1950's style diner burger, or head to Portofino Italian and Mediterranean to dine in an intimate surrounding. The Windjammer buffet serves a wide selection of international cuisine in an informal setting, and for those with a sweet tooth, there’s the ice cream parlour. If the sun’s out and you don't want to leave the pool, try the Island Grill or head up to the Viking Crown Lounge for a fantastic view while you eat.
After some strenuous relaxing, it's always good to head back to the haven of your stateroom—and the Voyager has a choice to suit every budget and taste. All of the staterooms on Voyager of the Seas come with great facilities as standard including:
· Two twin beds or one Royal King bed
· A sitting area
· Luxurious bedding
· TV, telephone, and safe
· Private bathroom with shower, vanity area, and hairdryer
· Room service available
There are Inside staterooms, Ocean View cabins, Balconies, or Suites onboard and if you book into the Royal, Owners, or Grand Suites, you’ll receive a complimentary concierge, priority check-in and departure, and a complimentary valet service.
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