It was a great week to be on the Voyager of the Seas, as the entertainment offerings were especially fresh. A new set of performers came aboard this week for the “Broadway Rhythm & Rhymes” show, a former Olympic figure skater stole the ice show, and the late-night human scavenger hunt Quest was more raunchy […]
By Day 6 of my cruise onboard Voyager of the Seas, I’d grown weary of waiting for and riding elevators. How much time was I wasting standing there? What could I have accomplished if I didn’t have to wait? What’s that brushing up against my leg during the jam-packed ride to the Windjammer Cafe for […]
On Wednesday afternoon, I did the gutsiest thing a woman can do on a cruise ship: I got my hair cut. Like Cruise Critic member argenta01, who wrote on the message boards, “I wouldn’t trust a hair cut to a stranger,” I wasn’t keen on the idea. But the Western Caribbean humidity was making me […]
Schlocky T-shirts and cheap maracas from Mexico are never going to see the inside of my daypack. Call me a killjoy, but I much prefer to take home something I can put to good use in my real life. So what to do? Here’s what: During Royal Caribbean‘s Voyager of the Seas stop in Cozumel […]
Our nerve-fraying embarkation day at the Port of New Orleans aside, life onboard Royal Caribbean‘s 137,308-ton, 3,114-passenger Voyager of the Seas so far during this seven-day cruise has been relaxed and even dignified, the latter of which I wasn’t expecting.
Broadway shows run through dress rehearsals. New restaurants have “soft launches.” These run-throughs allow organizers to work out any kinks before their doors open to the public. What a bummer that the Port of New Orleans didn’t have the same luxury before Saturday’s departure of Royal Caribbean 137,308-ton, 3,114-passenger Voyager of the Seas.« go back