“Big, maybe too big”
Cruise review of Royal Caribbean Voyager of the Seas

CptFatguts Voyager of the Seas 5 Big, maybe too big
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First impression: Big, often sparsely populated with passengers even though fully booked. Getting around: My wife who always gets lost on ships, never got lost.... The promenade and atria always let you know where you are. Dining: Very fast service, food quality good but range so so. Wine menu...don't buy the package...Americans really need to try Australian reds to realise how BAD Californian wines are. Portofino restaurant is outstanding. Staff: Fantastic.... Tip your drink staff and reap the rewards! Entertainment: If you are not into show tunes from the 70s, don't bother. Dissapointing to say the least. Cabins; wonderfully wide hallways lead you to your cabins. Our interior twin has big enough, although access to the bed was impossible from the sides. RCI should employ the rounded bed design to promote access. Tip: Buy the grand romance package... Best value on the ship! Book Portofino Early for a window seat in Sydney with an amazing view
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Published 04/06/13
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