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Voyager of the Seas
Voyager of the Seas
Member Name: cam cruiser
Cruise Date: January 2013
Embarkation: Sydney (Australia)
Destination: Australia & New Zealand
Cabin Category: N
Cabin Number:
Booking Method: Internet Agency
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Member Rating   5.0 out of 5+
Dining 5+
Public Rooms 5.0
Cabins 5.0
Entertainment 4.0
Spa & Fitness 5+
Family & Children Not Rated
Shore Excursions Not Rated
Embarkation 5+
Service 5+
Value-for-Money 5.0
Rates 5+
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Good time on Voyager of the Seas
My husband two teenage daughters and myself sailed from Sydney on 13 January 2013. My husband and I went on Voyager's 1 night cruise from Sydney in November 2012 and we were very much looking forward to our 14 night cruise.

This cruise was my 8th cruise and my second with Royal Carribean.

We boarded the ship quickly in Sydney and were soon looking around the ship.

Voyager is a nice big ship and has the WOW factor and we think she is in a great condition.

We had inside cabins on deck 9 which were comfortable enough, but inside cabins are on the small side although the darkness is great for sleeping. We found we got up later than we would have liked because of no sunlight. We have since decided no more inside csbins for us.

The promenade is great with a lot of entertainment being held there.

Parades, 70"s disco night and it is a large venue for the ships entertainment.

food and coffee. Although the ship has 3000 passengers we never felt crowded.

We did enjoy our cruise the food in the dineing room was great and our waiter really looked after us. We also found the food in Windjammers to be good with plenty of choice.

We also attended the Mystery murder dinner (optional extra) and had a lovelly

dinner at Giovannis It is also a good way to meet fellow cruisers

The cupcake cupboard is a cute idear and had some yummy cupcakes.

We went to Johnny Rockets a couple of times which was good but greasy.

We enjoy cruise entertainment and they had some really good guest entertainers during the cruise. We were however quite disappointed to only have two shows which included the ships singers and dancers in 14 nights

We did enjoy the ice skating show (you only get 1 chance to see it ) but it was brilliant.

We had 8 sea days plenty of time to enjoy the ships amenities, but we think

that some more entetainment by the cruise staff would have been good on some occasions we were a bit bored.

This was the first cruise we have taken that did not have an island night party

on the top deck, we were disappointed with that.

We had a good time in our ports of call and chose to do our own thing which worked for us.

We have previously sailed on the Radiance of the Seas and we loved it, our Voyager cruise was enjoyable but lacked something special for us.

We like Royal caribbean and in 3 weeks we are sailing on the Rhapsody of the Seas, which we hope is more like our Radiance cruise.

Publication Date: 02/11/13
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