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14 Night Australia & New Zealand Cruise from Sydney

14 Night Australia & New Zealand Cruise from Sydney (Australia)

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Itinerary

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  • Day 1
    Sydney (Australia)
  • Day 2
    Cruising
  • Day 3
    Brisbane
  • Day 4
    Cruising
  • Day 5
    Airlie Beach
  • Day 6
    Cairns
  • Day 7
    Cruising
  • Day 8
    Cruising
  • Day 9
    Cruising
  • Day 10
    Darwin
  • Day 11
    Cruising
  • Day 12
    Cruising
  • Day 13
    Cruising
  • Day 14
    Cruising
  • Day 15
    Singapore

Voyager of the Seas

Voyager of the Seas - Royal Caribbean International

Pros

Inside cabins have "virtual balconies," offering ocean views in rooms that normally have none

Cons

No consistency in dining room and buffet, food choices ranged from poor to great

Bottom Line

A good choice for anyone seeking a fun and active cruise experience


Cruise Reviews

We spent a wonderful week in Singapore before boarding for the Cruise to Australia so we were looking forward to the cruise home. Voyager was the first ship we ever sailed on with Royal Caribbean several years ago and we were anticipating ... Read More
We spent a wonderful week in Singapore before boarding for the Cruise to Australia so we were looking forward to the cruise home. Voyager was the first ship we ever sailed on with Royal Caribbean several years ago and we were anticipating a great cruise similar to our previous experience. Boarding in Singapore was a nightmare. Very slow, hot and some not very accommodating port staff, in fact, some were quite rude. Probably the worst embarkation experience we have had. According to the promotional blurb, the ship had undergone a massive makeover and this would be a magnificent cruise. The only thing I could see different was a water slide at the stern of the ship!!. In a lot of areas, the ship could have been a lot cleaner. Some of the window ledges in the Windjammer (if you were lucky enough to get a table near the window) could have done with a bit of a good wipe down. Our Cabin was great. It was clean and kept tidy by a great cabin attendant. Dining experience was average. Meals in the main dining room were predictable and boring.The Table staff were really great though. Many of the staff on board seemed to be very inexperienced and new to working on a cruise ship. Entertainment was very poor. On our last cruise on Voyager, we had a wonderful duo in the Schooner Bar every afternoon really entertaining and enjoyable. This cruise was completely opposite though. Only entertainment was a couple of piano players plonking out a few tunes, appearing just as bored as the audience. The rest of the entertainment consisted of endless trivia games, origami folding and napkin folding, mostly held in the Schooner Bar. Impossible to get a seat most days, but nobody drinking!! I thought bars were usually used for just that. One day at about midday, I counted 79 people squashed into the bar, only 13 of us had a drink in front of us. Couldn't get near the bar for a drink and you couldn't get up anyway as someone would leap into your seat. There are many other places on board were these games can be played, why hold them in whats supposed to RC's Iconic bar??One of the worst parts of the cruise was the tendering at Cairns and then Airlie Beach. Took us over two hours to get ashore at Cairns, even longer at Airley Beach and then cost an exorbitant US$36 just to get into Cairns City centre. Even though we docked in Brisbane, it was still a US$54 ride into the city centre.!!. I will not use Voyager again. Have a booking on Radiance in 2020 and thought very seriously about cancelling. Giving RC the benefit of doubt though and hoping the next cruise will be significantly better otherwise will be using another cruise line in future Read Less
Sail Date November 2019
It went wrong with the check in counter at the terminal of Marine Bay Cruise Terminal in Singapore. Before that awful experience everything went smooth. It was my wife’s Australian visa, although GRANTED, that caused the uproar. ... Read More
It went wrong with the check in counter at the terminal of Marine Bay Cruise Terminal in Singapore. Before that awful experience everything went smooth. It was my wife’s Australian visa, although GRANTED, that caused the uproar. She is Filipina, a flight attended for 33 years with Cathay Pacific, and applied on line for an Australian Visa, which was granted within 3 days. The problem, so it seems, was the processing of the visa, there is no link between immigration and the cruise liner’s administration! Therefor they have to call immigration in Australia to verify whether the visa was really granted and attached to her passport. I send the granted Australian visa months before boarding to Vacationstogo travel agent Lex Harrison and the Royal Caribbean Cruise line, when checking in on line, everything was fine, no questions asked. 2 weeks before sailing I received the boarding pass and luggage tags, late because we are interline (airline crew) and therefor got our stateroom assigned shortly before sailing. It took 45 minutes at the check in counter, with many officers involved to get the “GO” signal. It was a humiliating experience, which flashed in my mind as a racial approach. Not from the officers that only did their job as instructed by their superiors and acted courteous and polite. But the fact that despites ALL our pre-check-in efforts, NOBODY of Royal Caribbean seemed to check the documents, but only AFTER we were about to board the ship and to than make us feel like fraudsters, because their processing procedure was faulty! The correct procedure should be that every passenger should submit their visa, in time on line to the cruise liner involved and not when passengers were boarding the ship and therefor prevent the passenger to be treated like a criminal for no reason at all. Another unfortunate experience is the MUSTER CALL. We had to endure 45 minutes in the heat and humidity on deck 4, Reason? Waiting for late comers! It took 5 minutes for the drill. Late comers should be penalized. Sunday mass for the devoted Catholics is at 9.00 AM, but the breakfast starts at 8.00 AM. However the Queue takes 45 minutes to get you to your table. Was it ALL a mistake? …..NO The ship “Voyager of the Seas’, a 20 year old , newly refurbished cruise ship, great nostalgic interior architecture, well thought of economic designed staterooms, is quite cozy. Except for the Sky chapel, which is completely out of line with the rest of the ship, cold, white chalked with huge, white Aphrodite inspired, sculptures. The food is ok, but not as good as Princess or Norwegian, not many variations, shows ok, but the sound mix bad, singers are screaming and screeching due to overpowering volume and wrong equalizer settings, lyrics completely wasted. The ice skating show very impressive. The top of the bill was the acrobat duo…from Ukraine and Italy. Amazing performance. Talked to Cruise Director Michelle about the sound and I must say it improved a bit in the next show. Two singers: one 25th year old USA male and a …..Italian girl. The male singer performed well, the girl should stick to controlled love songs and ballads and not Freddie Mercury’s “Somebody “. She has a lovely voice, but when howling out it becomes unbearable. The wine tasting: 5 wines: 2 white, 2 red, 1 sparkling……2 were as planned, 3 replaced by inferior ones, due to late arrival in Singapore of the feature ones, missed the boat. Complained to the beverage manager, felt cheated. So sorry, send a nice bottle of New Zealand wine with 2 glasses to the stateroom. The Port dockings on this repositioning cruise were absolutely un-interesting, either far off the coast on Anker, so boat transport required, which took very long to execute, or docking in an industrial area, 45 minutes with shuttle bus from town. The newly refurbished staterooms on Deck 3 were noisy at night, due to cleaning or other activities above the staterooms. Staff: very pleasant, helpful and attentive. Stateroom attendant Kadek Sukma from Indonesia excellent. Headwaiter Kai and waiter Ryan in dining room very pleasant, did a great job. Carlo was the best, always pleasant, singing in the Windjammer as washi, washi crooner and in the evenings our table waiter. All and All, a pleasant relaxing cruise. We enjoyed the total voyage despite our criticism ! Read Less
Sail Date November 2019
One of the reasons we chose this cruise is that we had never been to Darwin. Well. we still haven't! The Exit deck was changed from Deck 1 (as was widely advertised) to deck 4, and the ramp provided was incredibly steep. I hired a ... Read More
One of the reasons we chose this cruise is that we had never been to Darwin. Well. we still haven't! The Exit deck was changed from Deck 1 (as was widely advertised) to deck 4, and the ramp provided was incredibly steep. I hired a scooter for the express purpose of seeing Darwin, but it would not have been safe to take it down the incline, nor would I have been able to ride it back up. Several of the older passengers and those with sticks also had great difficulty in negotiating this ramp, and were completely winded by the time they got to the top. It totally spoilt my day, and several other disgruntled passengers felt the same. Also, don't bother getting a soft drinks package. Despite being issued with the bulky microchipped glasses, there are no soft drink dispensers on board the "New" Voyager. Total waste of money! Johnny Rockets is also a "no show". The venue is marked on the deck plan, but isn't open, and the free milkshake we were promised - "buy one get one free" - so much pie in the sky. BTW, the Windjammer seating arrangement appears identical to the old one. There are certainly no "extra seats", and getting a table can still be problematic. Also, the picture shown in the article is of the Deck 14 lounge, which is NEVER this empty. Read Less
Sail Date November 2019
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