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Voyager of the Seas Review

4.5 / 5.0
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1449 reviews
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Voyager of the Seas - Canada/New England

Review for Voyager of the Seas to Canada & New England
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Dave King
First Time Cruiser • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Jun 2004
Traveled with children

Don't let the Embarkation and Destination confuse you. We sailed out of Bayonne, NJ and went to St. Johns & Halifax. The new RCCL terminal was very nice, however, the traffic pattern is a slight problem. First you go around one of the Old Warehouses, following the line of cars. Get to the Cruise terminal and drop off your luggage and passengers, I sailed with my wife and granddaughter. The you go back around the warehouse and get into a line again to enter the parking lot. Cost for parking is $60.00, cash or credit card. In the terminal you enter a line pertaining to the desk you were on. An agent takes all your information gives you your SeaPass Card and directs you to a line around the wall to have your picture taken. The picture is placed on a magnetic strip along with other information. Then off to the waiting shuttle busses. The trip to the ship is short.

Once onboard we went to our room to drop off our handbags and get situated. Met our Room Steward Mac, who instructed us on various things in the room. Mac was extremely nice and helpful. Never had any problems with the room. Unfortunately after several hours 2 of our bags never showed up. My wife took a walk down the hallway and found them, along with many others still sitting in the Service Area. After getting them we were extremely relieved. The LifeBoat Drill was held at 8:30pm. Strange but not just prior to sailing.

The ship, WOW. It is huge. We, I think, were able to see everything. The food, extremely good. Our table, 549, was in the Magic Flute on the top level of three floors. Our Waiter Mary and Asst Waiter Alfred were both extremely helpful and courteous. The food in Johnny Rockets was also extremely good, Milk Shakes to kill for. Service, as usual great. As soon as we were seated our server brought us 3 bowls. One-French Fries - one-Fried Onion Rings - one Ranch Dressing for Dipping and a Final Plate with a Happy Face made from Ketchup. The Windjammer buffet was adequate. If you wanted Eggs made to order you had to go to the Island Grill. Otherwise take the omelets or scrambled eggs.

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