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Voyager of the Seas Review

4.5 / 5.0
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Review for Voyager of the Seas to Transatlantic
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Galveston Cruiser
First Time Cruiser • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Apr 2008

After four Sundays of waving good-bye to the Voyager as she sailed from Galveston to Mexico, we finally boarded for the transatlantic. Fortunately, we live less than 20 blocks to the pier as I always forget something. This time it was the formal wear in a hanging bag hung on the dining room door. A quick call to our neighbor saved the day. Had not yet boarded, so by the time clothes arrived no lines at 2:30.

No problems boarding, less than 30 minutes and we were in our balcony cabin. Luggage was delivered shortly thereafter. A quick lunch in Windjammer stopped the hunger pains. After the obligatory drill, off we went to the bow, accessible through deck 4 to wave, to friends on the pier by the Elissa. They were the ones with the "Bon Voyage" sign.

Ship was everything we expected as we have sailed RCCL before (this sailing made us platinum). Cabin was perfect with plenty of storage. Bed was extremely comfortable. our cabin steward always had the cabin ready and seemed to have a sixth ense when we would leave.

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Great location, forward near front elevators and stairs, very convenient to eveything.

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