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Voyager of the Seas Review

4.5 / 5.0
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Voyager of the Seas - Southern Caribbean

Review for Voyager of the Seas to the Southern Caribbean
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First Time Cruiser • Age 60s

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Sail Date: May 2005

This was our third RCCL cruise and our first on a Voyager class ship. We personally loved the ship. This ship is really big and so many things to do. We never got bored, but did get turned around and went the wrong direction, numerous times! This was a repositioning itinerary so we only had 2 ports. The first was Aruba and the 2nd, Labadee, RCCL's private port of call. We thoroughly enjoyed both. Labadee was very relaxing and enjoyable. We parasailed, which was great, and then had a wonderful barbecue lunch, with ribs, chicken, burgers and all the fixings. We then spent a brief time in the shopping area and then more relaxing on the beach and in the beautiful water. Aruba was very enjoyable, especially since we had a full day and into the night before having to board the ship. We took a full day Land Rover excursion across the entire island, which included 2 snorkel stops and lunch. This we booked on our own over the internet and it worked out great.

The ship is beautiful with all the wonderful art work and sculptures. We tried out the rock wall climbing, in-line skating, workout gym and aerobic class. It was all fun. We had the late dinner seating and were at a table of 11. We met wonderful people from New Jersey and Scotland and had an excellent waiter and assistant waiter. They made it so enjoyable to go to dinner each evening.

I only have a few complaints, which were pretty minor to us. First of all our beds were extremely worn out and sagging, but our room steward was very nice and helpful. I think RCCL needs to spring for a few new mattresses!!

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