Voyager of the Seas 5

“great cruise on the voyager”
Cruise review of Royal Caribbean Voyager of the Seas

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Having cruised on R.C"s Radiance, was real keen to sail on the Voyager. Radiance (post upgrade)would be a hard act to top. Guess what I was not disappointed !! Voyager will get the "oasis makeover" later in the year . She will benefit from the face lift and the extra dining options. will have to book again on the voyager.

Arrived at circular quay at 10.30am being early decided to book in our luggage. we were on-board before 11.00am.Windjammer opened for lunch at 11.30am great start to the cruise.. state room available at 1.00pm.We had opted for an inside promenade stateroom. These are good sized cabins with a great view of the royal promenade.

Voyager is the largest cruise ship I have sailed on. 3200 passengers- 1200 under 18 yr old. The only time we really noticed the crowds was if we tried to get breakfast in the windjammer after 9.00am (after a late night}.

We at dinner most nights in the main dining room. table 278. our waiter Randy was a champion.. More although all the ships staff were great.. meals were very good.

The royal promenade is the hub of the ship.. promenade café, shops and a couple of bars. its amazing what this space adds to ship .

Entertainment on board was good, with a mix of.. shows, comedians, singers and an illusionist. throw in a an ice-show and a good sing-a-long at the pig and whistle with ramie. what else do you want?

All in all it was a great cruise, good service, meeting a lot of great people.... cant wait for the next. Less

Voyager of the Seas Cruises to the South Pacific

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Sail Date: January 2014
Destination: South Pacific
Embarkation: Sydney (Australia)
Enrichment Activities
Family & Children
Fitness & Recreation
Public Rooms
Shore Excursions
Value for Money

Published 02/10/14

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Voyager of the Seas Cruises to the South Pacific

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