Did a cruise to south pacific first time on Voyager it is a big ship and has a lot of good points such as entertainment, food and kids activities Main dining room was good staff seemed a bit run of there feet but did their best ,Windjammer ...
We all had fun and loved the great friendly service. The ship had a family ship vibe with kids, parents and grand parents all having fun. Wide range of activities.
traveled with our 9 year old daughter who loved the whole experience. ...
(1) We spent 90 minutes on 4 or 5 different queues before finally getting on board. There must be a better way to do this.
(2) Then our extended family of eleven were given 4 different dinner times. OK sometimes stuff happens. This ...
Voyager of the Seas, 12 day South Pacific cruise (New Caledonia & Fiji) r/t from Sydney, superior balcony cabin, deck 9 forward, 3,700 passengers + 1,200 crew. About 80% of the passengers were Australian and about 30% were families ...
The main thing about the cruise was the kids club. DD8 really enjoyed it, it was very active (much more so than Princess and P&O) with lots of ball games and running around.
It's a pity that they don't have a printed list at the ...
First cruise for me, second (30 years apart) for my partner. We flew to Sydney the day before and stayed at the Megaboom Hotel, It was nice and handy. Boarding for us was 12-1pm, the lining up was probably the worst part of the whole ...
Sailed 01 November 2016 on a 7 day trip to Noumea. Embarked from Sydney. We found it a very organised setup with plenty of staff to give directions or answer queries.
Our cabin was a Junior Suite on Deck 9 with a lovely balcony. It was ...
We chose this cruise as we were traveling with first timers who didn't want to commit to anything longer. On a ship the size of Voyager 7 days just isn't enough.
Embarkation in Sydney was a breeze. From baggage drop off to cabin took ...
We chose this cruise as we felt that would be enough onboard to entertain 6 adults and 6 grandchildren.
Embarkation took over an hour, but hey they processed 3800 people in just a few hours.
Cabins were stock standard, of a a high ...
There is plenty of information on this great site regarding the Voyager. This review is intended to give an overall opinion without too much detail.
We have cruised many times on different ships to various destinations - cruising from ...
This was, without doubt, the worst holiday experience I have encountered to the extent that I asked the ships Customer Services Manager about being let off the ship in Brisbane. We suffered two weeks of beer swilling noisy and foul mouthed ...
I have sailed with RCI for many year's, but would have to think very hard to select them again.
Size of Balcony cabin small, and a very small balcony indeed.
After a massive re-furb, I am not quite sure where they spent their money.
We had always cruised with Royal Caribbean as our preferred line - but that loyalty has been eroded over the last 4 or 5 years to the extent that we have just had our final 2 cruises with them; choosing to take advantage of the Status ...
i booked this cruise so we can see Singapore and being on Allure of the seas from fort lauderdale we thought it was going to be wonderful sailing with Voyager. Well it started off with long long waiting to embark and loosing our customs ...
We have cruised with Royal Caribbean before in Europe and found them great so when we saw this repositioning cruise we decided to do it. We recieved an email prior to the cruise advising as we were on deck 12 we should be at the cruise ...
Needing time away, this was a fantastic break away which met every box for me. You can met as many people as you like or just spend time on your own, the choice was yours which was great!! .
Embarking was a bit slow, but hay, over ...
Singapore to Sydney. Cabin was ok attendant was not on the ball I had no clean towels 3 separate times and no spare toilet paper also. Dining room, 2nd sitting was half full/empty, The main meals were warm to cool, not hot,the creme ...
Good package and a few days in Singapore so we were ready to go.
Embarkation was ok but we waited until 120 new crew were embarked.
Chaos because of new staff who were thrown into work without specific training. The first night our ...
We had a lovely 5 night stay in Singapore exploring the city and enjoying the facilities of our hotel. Then we joined the Voyager........ Food and service was well below standard and Specialty Restaurants were from average to awful, ...
I have enjoyed many cruises with Royal Caribbean but have to say this was not up to the normal standard I have been used to.
I chose this cruise because I have done the same one before and really enjoyed it.
This time it was queue, ...
Two things completely spoiled this cruise for us ... and the powers that be on Voyager seemingly couldn't have cared less.
Tendering: Getting ashore at Port Douglas, Yorkeys Knob and Airlie Beach was a complete shambles. Total queuing ...
Singapore was a mess. Thousands of people waiting around to get on. I couldn't help asking myself "have these people done this before". Things just seemed unorganized. In all, we were over 3 hours late ...
We boarded in Singapore: the boarding process was a shambles. We waited for nearly three hours to board. When we finally got on board, the lifeboat drill was held on deck in steamy temperatures causing distress to some elderly guests, ...
* We began our cruise in wonderful City of Hong Kong where we spent 4 wonderful days before our cruise. There was plenty to see and do with my family of three and 4 other couple making up a party of eleven. We undertook the get on get off ...
We wanted to have a little taste of Asia with the view of returning there if we enjoyed it.
The ship was very nice and easily navigated on board. Unfortunately there is no bar at the back but plenty of activities for family and children ...
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