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Voyager Review

4.5 / 5.0
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53 reviews
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A smaller ship to unique places

Review for Voyager to the Eastern Caribbean
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roarkster
2-5 Cruises • Age 50s

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Sail Date: Mar 2012
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I chose this cruise as it was destinations this ship went to port that really interested me. The ship has its Flagship in Hamilton Bermuda. Around 600 people on the ship, with 90 percent of the people being British over 65 years old. This was a quieter alternative to a Carnival Cruise or some big cruise boat with kids. The destinations were Eastern Caribbean. We had an cabin with single beds no window. The room was cleaned everyday. The food was excellent, staff was helpful with any questions especially the pursers desk. The ship was built in 1972 so it has been in service a while. Their are two restaurants one you have dinner the other you have breakfast or lunch. The ship has a small pool, hot tubs, bar, family room for games on board. A gift shop is on board near pursers desk. I recall there were six levels to the ship. Wi-fi was spotty at times using a ship computer is costly.There is an infirmary room a doctor on board as well as a tailor for clothing adjustments. There is formal nights once a week where you can rent a tux if needed. The room service is included to have food delivered until 23:00 hr. Overall it is an older mellow crowd on this ship so don't expect parties all into the night. What I like about this ship was you can bring aboard liquor in reasonable size bottles on board.

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